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US Presidential Election 2020
Turkish President Erdoğan congratulates Joe Biden on election win
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International observers see no fraud in 'historic' US vote
The report notes that due to COVID-19, mail-in votes and early votes combined accounted for over one-hundred million ballots ahead of election day.
Trump campaign continues legal fight in key battleground states
Some Republican officials invoked the Trump mantra that only “legal votes” should be counted, but others emerged to counter the campaign narrative and urging voters to support the results.
'Time to heal America': Joe Biden calls for unity in victory speech
President-elect Joe Biden reached out to Trump supporters in a bid to bridge the divide in a country driven apart by social and economic turmoil.
'This isn't over!': Donald Trump's supporters refuse to accept defeat
At protests in cities across the US, Trump supporters railed against the news that Joe Biden is the President-elect, chanting "This isn’t over! This isn’t over!" and "Fake news!"
Kamala Harris becomes first black woman, South Asian elected VP
Kamala Harris is the first black woman and South Asian to be elected Vice President of the United States.
'Biden can bring back kindness': Democrats toast winning White House
"In 2016, we woke up crying," said Lola Faleit, a 26-year-old human resources manager in New York City. "Today we are celebrating."
Biden transition team didn't wait for verdict to get busy
Well before Saturday's victory for Joe Biden, longtime aide Ted Kaufman had been leading efforts to ensure the former US vice president can begin building out a government in anticipation of a victory.
Biden is taking office in the US, but what does it mean for Europe?
Here's what we know about what to expect next.
Georgia Senate race goes to runoff after Republican drops below 50%
Senator David Perdue and Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff will have a runoff election in January in a crucial Senate race that could determine which party wins the majority.
Donald Trump's chief of staff Mark Meadows diagnosed with coronavirus
Meadows is the latest White House official to be diagnosed with the disease after scores of aides, as well as the president and first lady, tested positive.
Why has the Arizona vote led to different vote counts for Joe Biden?
Why are media outlets reporting different electoral college vote totals for Joe Biden and Donald Trump?
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Europe's week: US elections test both American and European unity
As Americans finally voted for their next president, experts on US and European relations explain what the result could mean for the continent.
'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.
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.
Debunked: Nevada did not stop counting ballots overnight
Nevada did not stop counting ballots overnight on Tuesday and Wednesday but instead stopped posting updates of the count.
Trump 'does not have the authority to interfere' US election vote
Dan Wood is a professor of political science at Texas A&M university. He says The Founders Fathers created the system at the Constitutional Convention in 1787 as they did not trust democracy or the people to choose the right president.
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Josep Borrell says 'We must wait for a result' on US election results
European leaders have remained largely silent as the US continue to count its votes. Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansa was the only one to congratulate Donald Trump yesterday in a controversial tweet. But the EU's Foreign Affairs chief, Josep Borrell, said 'We must wait for a result.'
Attempts to undermine public trust tarnished US election, says OSCE
The US election was "tarnished by legal uncertainty and unprecedented attempts to undermine public trust", said international observers from the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).
US election: EU calls for calm, as Trump and Biden battle it out
The EU has called for calm and patience, amid a tightly contested US presidential election between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.
Five things you may have missed from the US election
From support for legalising recreational marijuana to the historic election of LGBTQ+ candidates, the US elections were full of surprises.
Five key European stories you may have missed because of US election
While the world is gripped by the US presidential election, these five stories from Europe may have missed your notice.
Who would Europeans vote for if the US election took place in Europe?
Research firm BVA has surveyed approval ratings for the two candidates in the US presidential election.
US formally leaves Paris deal that aims to stop climate catastrophe
You probably knew this was coming. Now it's formally happened.
Pennsylvania becomes hub of US election misinformation
Unfounded claims had alleged that "illegal electioneering" had taken place at many polling booths across the crucial swing state.
Slovenian PM congratulates Donald Trump despite no election result
Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Janša has said that it is "pretty clear" Donald Trump has won the United Presidential election, even though no result has been declared.
'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.