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Norway's left-wing opposition wins general election, PM concedes
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Zambia counts votes in high-stakes election with large turnout
Officials started counting the results in Zambia after polling stations closed on Thursday as voters waited in long lines to cast their ballots.
Stefan Löfven reappointed Swedish Prime Minister after parliament vote
Sweden's parliament voted to approve caretaker prime minister Stefan Löfven to lead a new coalition government.
Romanian government faces vote of confidence in parliament
Left-wing opposition parties have accused Romanian Prime Minister Florin Citu of "leading the country towards the abyss".
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French MPs pass controversial law that restricts images of police
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Dutch election: Rule change to accept wrongly sealed mail-in ballots
Elderly citizens were asked to vote by post for the first time in the elections, which led to some confusion.
Football clubs in Belgium vote to merge with Dutch league
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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.
Slovenian PM Janez Jansa survives confidence vote
The conservative prime minister has been accused by the opposition of using the coronavirus pandemic to undermine the rule of law.
Catalan elections: Separatists boost majority in regional parliament
Separatist parties have boosted their majority in Catalonia’s parliament, although the pro-union Socialist Party claimed a narrow win in elections held amid a third wave of coronavirus.
Kosovans vote for new govt to tackle COVID-19 and corruption
The new government will be tasked with restoring Kosovo's pandemic-hit economy and tackling corruption across the nation.
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.
Switzerland marks 50 years of women's vote and mulls gender gap today
The European nation prides itself on being one of the world's oldest democracies and yet only allowed women to vote as late as 1971.
Republican extremist Marjorie Taylor Greene voted off House committees
Nearly all Republicans voted against the Democratic move but none defended her lengthy history of endorsing outlandish conspiracy theories and violent, racist views.
'Deep joy and emotion' as MPs in Argentina vote to legalise abortion
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