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Lula beats Bolsonaro in Brazil's historic presidential runoff
Winning what is escribed as the most divisive election in the country’s history, Lula received 50.9% of the vote and Bolsonaro 49.1%, according to the country’s election authority.
Russia's actions in Ukraine see Sweden beef up disinformation fight
The national agency tasked with vigilance over external threats to Swedish society says they've been in demand from political parties and civil society for more information, ahead of the general election.
Sweet sixteen: Belgium lowers voting age for European elections
It is the fourth EU member state to reduce voting ages for European Parliament elections after Austria, Greece, and Malta.
France goes to the polls in presidential election
There are 12 candidates vying for votes to be the president of France.
Malta: Victory for incumbents Labour in parliamentary elections
Voters in Malta went to the polls on Saturday in a general election, and the Labour Party have claimed victory, and the Nationalists conceding defeat.
Roberta Metsola elected EP president
Roberta Metsola was elected president of the European Union Parliament on Tuesday for a 2½-year term, following the death of David Sassoli last week.
Russia blocks access to 'Smart Voting' website linked to Navalny
Russia's communications watchdog has blocked access to a voting website linked to jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny over its ties to "extremist organisations".
Why is Sunday's legislative election in Moldova so important?
There are 20 parties vying for spots in the 101-seat parliament - but the main battle will be between pro-reformists, and those preferring pro-Russian rule.
Italian Senate endorses lowering voting age from 25 to 18
The move paves the way for some four million young people to vote in elections for the parliament's upper chamber.
Republican filibuster blocks Democrats' big voting rights bill
The 'For the People Act' bill would strike down hurdles to voting, curb the influence of money in politics and limit partisan influence over the drawing of congressional districts.
'Slap in the face' for Macron as his party scores low in regional vote
The regional elections in France were regarded by some as a testing ground for next year's presidential election.
Long-term British expats set to reclaim right to vote in UK elections
The UK government has vowed to scrap a law that bans British citizens - who have lived abroad for more than 15 years - from taking part in UK elections.
D is for democracy: Swiss preschoolers learn to be good citizens
It's all part of efforts to get children accustomed to Switzerland's famed direct democracy and frequent referendums.
Trump meets with Republican lawmakers in last bid to block Biden's win
Having failed to prove electoral fraud in 50 lawsuits, as well as having two cases thrown out by the Supreme Court, Donald Trump is making one last-ditch attempt to overturn the election results in Congress.
Polls open in Burkina Faso elections marred by threats from Jihadists
While polling officials say the election is running smoothly, voters in some parts of the country have been threatened by Jihadists not to cast their vote.
US election 2020: Trump campaign requests full recount of Georgia vote
The results of the state, which has traditionally been a Republican stronghold, were certified on Friday after a recount by hand confirmed Joe Biden's win.
How US election misinformation has led to real-world tensions
False claims online surrounding the US presidential election have led protestors to the streets and harassment of polling station officials.
Why don't more countries follow Estonia and hold elections online?
Only one country in the world has implemented an online voting system for its entire electorate: Estonia.
Lithuanians with coronavirus vote at drive-in polling stations
Voters are instructed to arrive alone in their vehicles and wear face masks.
US election: Trump won't commit to peaceful transfer of power
The US president reiterated comments he made in July in which he said he would have to see what happened before he said he would hand over power.