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Greece faces new national elections, despite the ruling party securing around 40% of the vote in Sunday's general election.
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The Turkish President was back on the campaign trial in Ankara on Sunday after reports he had been unwell since Tuesday night.
Economy, Ukraine war top campaign issues in Estonia general election
Polling stations opened on Sunday for the final day of voting in Estonia, on an election day from which the incumbent prime minister, the centrist liberal Kaja Kallas, is expected to emerge as the winner.
Italy's Mattarella dissolves parliament, election set for 25 September
The decision came after PM Mario Draghi handed in his resignation as a result of key right-wing coalition allies, the Five-Star Movement, boycotting a confidence vote.
Maltese vote in general election, seeking new five-year government
Two major political parties in Malta, the Labour Party and the Nationalist Party, and a number of smaller parties are all vying for votes after a muted campaign.
Taubira to stand in French presidential elections
Left-wing politician and former justice minister Christiane Taubira has confirmed will stand for the French presidency in April's elections
Hungary's opposition vote to select who will run against Viktor Orbán
The political catchphrase amongst the opposition parties in the run-up to the spring election is "anyone but Orbán".
'Failed gamble': Trudeau falls short of majority in Canada's election
The opposition accused the prime minister of calling an unnecessary early vote for his own personal ambition.
Norway's left-wing opposition wins general election, PM concedes
The left-wing opposition in Norway has won the country's general election, according to projections released as polls closed on Monday.
Electoral Commission members killed during Niger presidential election
Deadly violence struck the elections in Niger, where voters returned to polls on Sunday for the second round of voting in presidential elections.
Liechtenstein election: Just 23 ballots separate two biggest parties
The country’s election on Monday was seen - as it has always been - as a two-horse race, with only marginal differences, policy-wise, between the horses.
Kazakhstan votes: Protesters arrested as ruling party sweeps election
Exit polls suggest a commanding victory for the governing Nour Otan party, as more than 30 demonstrators were detained in Almaty and the capital, Nur-Sultan.
Russians hacked into UK minister's emails ahead of election: Report
The UK government accused Russian actors of attempting to interfere in last year's general election by illicitly obtaining and disseminating sensitive UK-US trade documents.
Trump floats idea of presidential election delay in tweet
The US president tweeted claims that mail-in voting would create widespread fraud and suggested that the election should be delayed
Russia's UK ambassador rejects coronavirus vaccine hacking claims
Britain, the US and Canada said earlier this week that a hacking group called APT29 — also known as Cozy Bear and said to be part of Russia's intelligence services — has been targeting various organisations involved in COVID-19 vaccine development in the three western countries.
Russia accused of trying to steal COVID-19 vaccine research
"It is completely unacceptable that the Russian Intelligence Services are targeting those working to combat the coronavirus pandemic," said UK foreign affairs minister Dominic Raab.
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