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TAMPA, Florida (Reuters) - Clifford Tyson wants to help choose America’s next president. But the Florida resident fears his vote might return him to jail.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union ministers grilled Hungary on Monday over Prime Minister Viktor Orban's tightening of restrictions around free media, judges, academics, minorities and rights groups, which the bloc worries weakens democracy in the ex-communist country.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Google said on Monday that it supported responsible political advertising that complies with local legislation, after Russia accused it of circulating such advertising during local elections at the weekend.
IPOH: Perak ruler Sultan Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah is urging youngsters to cast their votes based on rationality and facts, and not on sentiment and emotions.
IPOH: The future of the country and its people should not be entrusted to groups with extreme racial and religious leanings, says Perak's Sultan Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - A draft law proposing to limit foreign ownership in 'significant' Russian technology firms to 20% is not aimed at making its top search engine Yandex state-owned, the lawmaker behind the idea, Anton Gorelkin, said.
(Reuters) - A federal judge on Thursday ordered Georgia to be ready to use handmarked ballots in next year's presidential primary in case a new $106 million (87.52 million pounds) voting system is not ready in time for its 2020 Democratic nominating contest.
BISHNUPUR, India (Reuters) - Three years ago, police in India's northeastern state of Assam were looking for a woman named Madhumala Das, who had been declared an illegal immigrant by a local tribunal.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary's new justice minister warned Budapest will resist any European Commission effort to condition EU development funding to rule-of-law standards, which Brussels sees as being undermined by the nationalist Hungarian authorities.
PUTRAJAYA: Parents may be influential in the development of their children’s political views but they should not be too worried over if there is any difference of opinion, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.