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Many people of all ages may be participating in civic life without even realising it – through play. Gamers engage in debates and political discussions, take on others' perspectives, and even protest issues about both physical and virtual worlds.
After years of directly pressuring Facebook Inc and other social media companies to rid their platforms of hate speech – with limited success – civil rights groups are shifting tack: They’re taking their fight to Washington.
PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Fair elections in Haiti cannot be held for at least a year after the assassination of President Jovenel Moise due to the influence of violent gangs and a compromised electoral council, a senior opposition leader said in an interview.
Facebook Inc struggled to boost the share of women in its workforce last year, as the social media giant intensified recruitment in technical fields where gender disparities are larger.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Five years after President Tayyip Erdogan saw off a coup, his chances of extending his rule into a third decade may depend on whether he can reverse an economic decline that has seen Turks' prosperity https://tmsnrt.rs/2TaYZu5, equality https://tmsnrt.rs/3jhqMnU and employment https://tmsnrt.rs/3x6AXj1 fall since 2013.
ALGIERS (Reuters) - Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune on Wednesday ordered the release of 101 members of a protest movement that forced his predecessor Abdelaziz Bouteflika to step down, the presidency said.
PARIS (Reuters) - The first round of France's presidential election will be held on April 10 next year, with the second round scheduled on April 24, government spokesman Gabriel Attal said on Tuesday.
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) -Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's Prosperity Party won the most seats in Ethiopia's parliamentary election, the election board said on Saturday, a victory that assures him another term in office.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazilian Senate President Rodrigo Pacheco on Friday vehemently rejected any speculation that the 2022 presidential election may not take place, insisting that the constitution will be upheld and the wishes and expectations of the Brazilian people will be met.
BRASILIA (Reuters) -Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro said on Wednesday he may not accept the result of a presidential election next year unless the voting system, which uses computers to record votes, is replaced with printed ballots that he favors.