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Australia votes with Abbott set for landslide win
Australia votes with Abbott set for landslide win

Millions of Australians voted in national elections Saturday with conservative challenger Tony Abbott heading for a thumping victory over Labor Prime Minister Kevin Rudd.

Australia votes with Abbott set for landslide win
Merkel's coalition headed for election victory: poll
Merkel's coalition headed for election victory: poll

German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives and their coalition partners are set to win enough votes to again govern Europe's top economy after elections in seven weeks' time.

Merkel's coalition headed for election victory: poll
US concerned about charges of vote-rigging in Zimbabwe
US concerned about charges of vote-rigging in Zimbabwe

The United States voiced concern on Tuesday at charges of potential vote-rigging as Zimbabwe goes to the polls to elect a president.

US concerned about charges of vote-rigging in Zimbabwe
Malians go to polls in watershed election
Malians go to polls in watershed election

Mali voted on Sunday for a new president in a bid to usher in peace and stability in the first election since a military coup helped plunge the country into chaos.

Malians go to polls in watershed election
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Kazakhstan residents select two EXPO-2017 logos

Two best logos have been selected through the online voting for EXPO-2017 logos that have finished on July 23.

Kazakhstan residents select two EXPO-2017 logos
Mexico rivals dispute key state election
Mexico rivals dispute key state election

Mexico's ruling party and the conservative opposition each declared victory in a key race for governor on Sunday after regional elections in 14 states that saw acts of violence and accusations of misdeeds.

Mexico rivals dispute key state election
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Wales votes for 'presumed consent' organ donation

Wales will become the first country in the United Kingdom to adopt an organ and tissue donation scheme based on presumed consent after assembly members voted in favour of a bill.

Wales votes for 'presumed consent' organ donation
US Senate passes comprehensive immigration reform
US Senate passes comprehensive immigration reform

In a vote hailed by US President Barack Obama, the Senate on Thursday passed comprehensive immigration reform that would put 11 million undocumented people on a path to earning citizenship.

US Senate passes comprehensive immigration reform
Albania to vote in crucial polls determining its EU future
Albania to vote in crucial polls determining its EU future

Albanians go to the polls on Sunday for a crucial vote that could determine whether one of Europe's poorest country has a chance of joining the European Union in the foreseeable future.

Albania to vote in crucial polls determining its EU future
Vote shows Iranian people want 'different direction': Obama
Vote shows Iranian people want 'different direction': Obama

US President Barack Obama said that Iran's election result showed the country's people wanted to back away from confrontation with the outside world but ruled out for the moment lifting economic sanctions on Tehran.

Vote shows Iranian people want 'different direction': Obama
Iran begins voting to elect new president: television
Iran begins voting to elect new president: television

Iran began voting on Friday to elect the successor of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

Iran begins voting to elect new president: television
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Swiss to vote on tightening of asylum law, again

The Swiss will vote Sunday on whether to approve an emergency tightening of the country's asylum law in a bid to stem the influx of refugees to the wealthy Alpine nation.

Swiss to vote on tightening of asylum law, again
Bhutan to begin voting on second ever government
Bhutan to begin voting on second ever government

Voters in the isolated Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan will begin electing their second ever government this week, five years after the country's Buddhist "dragon kings" gave way to democracy.

Bhutan to begin voting on second ever government
Italy holds local polls in test for parties
Italy holds local polls in test for parties

Italians voted in local polls on Sunday that will test political parties three months from a general election that left no clear winner and a month after the start of a fragile coalition cabinet.

Italy holds local polls in test for parties
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Experts favor US approval of Merck sleeping pill

An independent panel of experts on Wednesday recommended US approval of a new Merck sleeping pill called suvorexant, but expressed concerns over the highest dosage and risks of drowsy daytime driving.

Experts favor US approval of Merck sleeping pill
Gay marriage vote set to deliver Britain's Cameron more problems
Gay marriage vote set to deliver Britain's Cameron more problems

British Prime Minister David Cameron faces further dissent from within the ranks of his Conservative Party as a bill to legalise gay marriage returns to Parliament Monday.

Gay marriage vote set to deliver Britain's Cameron more problems
Voters throng polls in Pakistan's political heart
Voters throng polls in Pakistan's political heart

Saima Ali had a message for Pakistan's women as the country went to the polls: ignore the Taliban threats and vote.

Voters throng polls in Pakistan's political heart
Bomb attack in Karachi wounds 12 as voting begins
Bomb attack in Karachi wounds 12 as voting begins

A bomb blast targeting an election candidate wounded at least 12 people in Pakistan's commercial hub of Karachi as historic elections got underway on Saturday.

Bomb attack in Karachi wounds 12 as voting begins
Armenian President Serzh Sarkisian. Photo courtesy of azadliq.org
Armenia's ruling party wins Yerevan mayor race amid tensions

Armenia's ruling party has comfortably won a mayoral election in the capital Yerevan.

Armenia's ruling party wins Yerevan mayor race amid tensions
Libya adopts law barring Kadhafi-era officials
Libya adopts law barring Kadhafi-era officials

Libya's General National Congress, under pressure from militiamen, on Sunday voted through a controversial law to exclude former regime officials from public posts in a move that could see the premier removed from office.

Libya adopts law barring Kadhafi-era officials