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SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore's ruling People's Action Party (PAP) extended its unbroken rule in Friday's election, but its vote share slipped near a record low as opposition parties made historic inroads in a ballot held under the cloud of the COVID-19 pandemic.
SOFIA (Reuters) - Prosecutors raided the offices of two of Bulgarian President Rumen Radev's staff on Thursday as part of investigations, prompting thousands to take to the streets of Sofia later in protest at their action.
SEOUL (Reuters) - One of South Korea's most prominent elected officials and longtime mayor of the capital, Seoul, was found dead on Friday after his daughter reported him missing amid a criminal investigation and media reports of alleged sexual harassment.
LONDON/BERLIN/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - If Donald Trump loses in November, it's no secret that most European policymakers will be happy to see his back. But as they envision the possibility of a post-Trump future, many are wondering how quickly the trans-Atlantic alliance can be fixed.
WARSAW (Reuters) - The leader of Poland's ruling party, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, on Thursday accused the foreign media - in particular in Germany - of repeatedly meddling in Sunday's presidential election.
PETALING JAYA: Barisan Nasional wants to contest in all its "traditional seats" which the coalition won in the previous general election and subsequent by-elections.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi talked tough after the killing of a high-profile analyst and government advisor, pledging to hunt down his assailants and curb the actions of armed groups.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Longtime Seoul City Mayor Park Won-soon was found dead, police said on Friday, after his daughter reported him missing saying he had left a message "like a will".
ROME (Reuters) - He is 83 and has lost most of his former support, but Italy's four-times prime minister Silvio Berlusconi is manoeuvring to put his centre-right Forza Italia party back into government and could make his move as early as September, sources say.
PARIS (Reuters) - Greenpeace activists on Thursday hung a banner reading "Climate: Time to Act!" from a crane towering over the fire-damaged Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris.