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Low turnout expected as Tunisia holds parliamentary elections

In the second round on Sunday, voters will choose from 262 candidates who want to fill the 131 remaining seats.…

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Former NATO general Petr Pavel wins Czech presidential election – WhatsNew2Day

Previous prime minister Andrej Babis yields defeat to Petr Pavel, who was set to win more than 58 percent of…

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Peru Congress declines president’s early elections demand – WhatsNew2Day

Peru has actually been involved in a political crisis with near-daily demonstrations because December 7. Peru’s Congress has actually declined…

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Peru’s president says elections could be held later this year – WhatsNew2Day

Dina Boluarte says she is open to bringing vote forward to December 2023 as protests demanding her resignation continue. Peru’s…

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Zimbabwe court grants bail to 26 opposition celebration members – WhatsNew2Day

The arrests of the CCC members were for what authorities stated was an illegal event. A Zimbabwean court approved bail…

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Charles Barkley aims dig at Donald Trump as he compares NBA All-Star fan vote to elections – WhatsNew2Day

Charles Barkley is forced to apologize to President Biden in dig at Donald Trump as he compares fans having a…

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Myanmar military announces strict new election law ahead of polls – WhatsNew2Day

New rules, published in state media, appear designed to ensure there is no meaningful opposition to the military. Myanmar’s military,…

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Trump to return to Meta platform Facebook after two-year ban

The social networks giant Meta has actually revealed that it is ending a two-year suspension of previous United States President…

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US bars entry for those who ‘undermine’ Nigeria’s upcoming polls

February 25 elections, which will identify Nigeria’s president, come amidst inflation and prevalent insecurity. The United States has stated it…

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As fatal demonstrations continue, Peru’s government deals with crisis

Lima, Peru — Lots of civilians shot dead by militaries. Evictions of a leading public university stormed by an armed force…

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