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DUBAI (Reuters) -Ebrahim Raisi, a hardline judge under U.S. sanctions for human rights abuses, secured a landslide victory on Saturday in Iran's presidential election after a contest marked by voter apathy over economic hardships and political restrictions.
KUALA LUMPUR: A group of 18 youths has been allowed by the High Court to proceed with its legal action to challenge the government’s delay in implementing a lower voting age in Malaysia.
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Ethiopia is preparing for national and regional parliamentary elections on Monday that Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has said will be the country's first free and fair polls after decades of repressive rule.
KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court has granted leave for 18 youths to proceed with their legal action to challenge the government's delay in implementing a lower voting age in Malaysia.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iranians elect a new president on Friday in a race dominated by hardline candidates close to Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, with popular anger over economic hardship and curbs on freedoms set to keep many pro-reform Iranians at home.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Like many young Iranians yearning for democracy, Shirin doesn't believe elected officials want to deliver greater political and social freedoms, and doubts Iran's ruling theocracy would let them even if they tried.
(Reuters) - The trial of Myanmar's ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi was set to start on Monday, as the junta that overthrew her elected government rejected criticism by the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights over its use of deadly force against protesters.
74 per cent of global respondents are confident in Biden’s ability to do ‘the right thing regarding world affairs’, up from just 17 per cent for TrumpChinese leader Xi Jinping’s approval rating stands at only 20 per cent, behind Russia’s Vladimir Putin
SAO PAULO (Reuters) -Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, speaking to a rally of bikers on Saturday, said he could count on police officers "whatever happens," as he once again sought to court cops amid stark political politicization ahead of next year's election.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Outside class hours, Kim Kyung-wook delivers meals on foot to apartment blocks near his university in eastern Seoul, while constantly checking his phone to trade stocks, cryptocurrency and used Nike sneakers.