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Japan elects former diplomat Fumio Kishida as its new Prime Minister in a parliamentary vote on Monday.
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Norway's left-wing opposition wins general election, PM concedes
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Russia's communications watchdog has blocked access to a voting website linked to jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny over its ties to "extremist organisations".
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Algerian opposition urges election boycott over protest repression
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