Tuesday, August 3, 2021

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50 million Americans voted by mail in the presidential election so far

More than 50 million Americans cast their ballots in the US presidential election by mail 11 days before the start of the race, a pace that could lead to the highest voter turnout in more than a century, according...

Guinea-Bissau presidential election kicks off after weeks of violent protests

Guinea-Bissau will hold presidential elections on Sunday, with voters hoping for a change in the coup-prone country, weeks after political chaos sparked protests marred by violence and paralyzed parliament. President Jose Mario Vaz, 61, is seeking a second term in...

Austria prepares for the election under cloudy economic forecasts

Austria has prepared for the general elections under cloudy economic forecast. Austrian economists find it difficult to be heard in politics. Maybe that's because they're off the beaten track. That applies at least to the Wifo Institute for Economic...

Siraj Teli urges BMGIANs to immediately start preparations for KCCI’s election

Chairman Businessmen Group (BMG) & Former President Karachi Chamber of Commerce & Industry (KCCI) Siraj Kassam Teli, while urging all BMGIANs to immediately start preparations for the next election of Karachi Chamber, advised them to maintain discipline, unity and...

Protesters in London call for a new election

Following the model of the French "Yellow West" movement, thousands of protesters demonstrated on Saturday in London against the British government. In the face of Brexit, they demanded an end to austerity and a new election. Politicians and trade...

Sheikh Hasina won the Bangladeshi election

Bangladesh Prime Minister Awami League Sheikh Hasina won the country's controversial election on Sunday, local television reported. Hasina's pacts easily overcome the 151 parliamentary seats needed to form the government, local media reported. The elections in Bangladesh were overshadowed by protests...
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Ashraf Ghani accuses Taliban of not taking “peace talks seriously”

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani accused the Taliban of not taking peace talks seriously. Ghani made these statements during a special...
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