Facing a buoyant Democratic opponent, President Trump has replaced his re-election campaign manager amid low polling figures.
Amnesty International said police sought to disperse "peaceful gatherings" with "excessive and unnecessary use of force".
The North Macedonian electoral commission website was hit by a suspected hacking attempt during the vote count which showed the incumbent government narrowly ahead of opposition parties.
Opinion polls suggest the country's two main parties, which both support EU membership, are running neck-and-neck ahead of Wednesday's election
With 99.7% of ballots counted, incumbent Andrzej Duda has won the Polish presidential election by a wafer-thin margin.
Poland’s incumbent president Andrzej Duda topped the first round in the presidential election on Sunday, but now faces a run-off against the Mayor of Warsaw Rafal Trzaskowski on July 12.
Polls suggest a liberal coalition has a slight lead over the ruling Croatian Democratic Union.
A low turnout and a more nuanced nationwide picture mean the political outlook remains uncertain.
The first round of the French local election was maintained despite the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. The next day, the country went on lockdown. Now the second round is being held on 28 June.
Although the post is mostly symbolic the president does have the power to veto legislation and appoint governments.
Andrzej Duda, Poland's incumbent president, is expected to win the first round of voting on Sunday. But he is set to face a much tougher run-off, say experts.
Exit polls suggest the main coalition partners have secured 210 of the 250 parliamentary seats up for grabs.
Demonstrators wore facemasks in defiance and carried slippers, joining opposition activists' calls to "smash the cockroach".
The elections will take place with health and social distancing measures in place, France's Prime Minister Édouard Philippe said.
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Poland's government has moved ahead with plans to hold the presidential election on May 10 via a new mail-in system. Human Rights Watch says the moved would not deliver "free, and fair" elections.
Unreported Europe hears that unemployment, corruption and frustration are fueling the rise of the right in the French city of Hénin-Beaumont.
The breakaway Georgian republic of Abkhazia is holding a presidential election to replace the leader who stepped down in January under pressure from the opposition.
The ruling party of President Emomali Rakhmon is expected to sweep the parliamentary election in Tajikistan, with only one genuine opposition party taking part and the former main opposition banned.
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When Slovaks head to the polls this Saturday they face multiple issues - but as well as usual campaign issues of the economy and migration, the rule of law and corruption hang over the choice at the ballot box.
The centre-right Christian Democrats are in disarray following recent electoral setbacks and Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer’s decision to stand aside.
Prime Minister Leo Varadkar's election gamble appears to have backfired.
Leo Varadkar said: "We’ve made some good progress since I’ve become Taoiseach. But I know it’s not enough."
Conservative incumbent Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, who is running for a second term, will face a run-off on January 5.
Where could the future of the UK be won and lost, and are any of the party leaders under threat in their own constituencies?