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Misleading claims about 'rigged' postal votes before Italian elections
Users have falsely claimed that the polls will be marred by "voter fraud".
Myanmar court jails Suu Kyi for three more years for 'election fraud'
The ousted leader has already been imprisoned for 17 years on various charges, which supporters say are politically motivated.
False claims of election fraud spread in France after 'computer error'
Social media users have falsely claimed that the second-round vote was marred by "fraud".
The online misinformation ahead of 2022 French presidential election
False rumours of electronic vote-rigging have been shared online in recent weeks
OSCE recommends deployment of election observation mission to Hungary
If such a mission is sent, it would be the first for an EU member state since 2013.
Russian party sues, claiming online voting in Moscow was rigged
Members of Russia’s Communist Party allege the vote was rigged after their defeat in races in the Russian capital.
Kremlin critics join forces to challenge e-voting in Duma election
The newly formed coalition plans to organise nationwide protests against the election's outcome and file lawsuits to contest the results.
'Misleading' ballot box claims appear online ahead of German election
Multiple videos have been shared on social media ahead of next month's elections in Germany, claiming to show the ballot boxes can be broken into. The German state electoral commission says the clips are "misleading".
Dutch election: Rule change to accept wrongly sealed mail-in ballots
Elderly citizens were asked to vote by post for the first time in the elections, which led to some confusion.
Voter fraud claims show Dutch far-right 'copying Trump's playbook'
Unfounded claims of voter fraud have published online by far-right accounts in the Netherlands in the lead-up to the elections.
Rudy Giuliani sued for defamation over Dominion claims
American voting machines manufacturer Dominion has sued Rudy Giuliani for defamation over alleged false claims made during the 2020 United States Presidential election.
US Attorney General says no widespread election fraud, disputing Trump
The comments from Barr, who has been one of Donald Trump’s most ardent allies, directly contradict the outgoing president's baseless claims that the vote was stolen.
Michigan move: Is Donald Trump seeking to subvert the US election?
The outgoing president, who refuses to cede power and continues to repeat baseless fraud claims, wants to overturn the Midwest state's vote for Biden.
US election security officials reject Trump claims of widespread fraud
Cybersecurity experts, federal and state election officials say they have seen no evidence to back the outgoing president's baseless claims of widespread fraud.
Debunked: Dead voters’ ballots not evidence of major election fraud
Social media users have falsely claimed that US citizens cast extra votes using the identities of dead people in key swing states. Experts have told Euronews that there is no evidence of widespread election fraud.
Estonia's far-right minister resigns over Biden remarks
On Facebook Sunday, Estonian Prime Minister Juri Ratas urged Helme and his son Martin to stop issuing unsubstantiated statements that he said damage Estonian and U.S. bilateral relations
'I easily win!': Trump repeats baseless ballot fraud claim in US vote
In an extraordinary outburst, the US president again claimed the election was being 'stolen' from him and cast doubt on the integrity of the democratic process, but offered no evidence.
'A major fraud on our nation': Donald Trump casts doubt on election
The US President vowed to ask the Supreme Court to weigh in on the inconclusive election and claimed a premature victory. No winner has yet been declared in the presidential race.
Albania approves electoral code reform to boost EU prospects
Post-communist Albania's elections have always been contested and marred by irregularities, including alleged vote-buying and manipulation of ballot counts.
Why are Bolivians are calling electoral fraud in the last elections
Bolivia's leftist leader Evo Morales was on track to win a fraught presidential race outright, edging to a decisive 10-point lead over his main rival after accusing the opposition on Wednesday of attempting a "coup" against him.