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UAE’s TRA calls citizens to vote for Emirati projects

UAE’s Telecommunication Regulatory Authority (TRA) has called for all citizens and residents to vote for the ten Emirati projects shortlisted for the ‘WSIS Project Prizes 2014’ before the April 18 deadline.  

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Abdullah leads Afghan vote

Former opposition leader Abdullah Abdullah led on Sunday after the first official results from Afghanistan's presidential election, but recorded incidents of serious fraud exceed figures for 2009, when over a million suspect votes were throw

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Moscow wins overwhelming Crimea vote

Crimea's Moscow-backed leaders declared a 96-percent vote in favour of quitting Ukraine and annexation by Russia in a referendum Western powers said was illegal and will bring immediate sanctions. As state media in Russia carr

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Thai vote peaceful, but political paralysis looms

Thailand went to the polls under heavy security on Sunday in an election that could push the divided country deeper into political turmoil and leave the winner paralysed for months by street protests, legal challenges and legislative limbo.

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Egyptians vote in constitutional referendum

Egyptians vote today (January 14) in a constitutional referendum, the first ballot since the military overthrew Islamist president Mohamed Mursi and an event likely to spawn a presidential bid by army chief General Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi.

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Algeria's Bouteflika flexes muscles before 2014 vote

Five months after a stroke put him in a Paris clinic under a cloud of succession rumours, Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika is again exercising the political muscle that has kept him in power for more than a decade.  

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Syria vote has high stakes for Obama's presidency

It seems that everyone in Washington is talking about it except President Barack Obama: When Congress votes on the administration's request to use military force in Syria, the future of his presidency could well be on the line.

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UK says no to Syria strikes as US mulls actions

Britain will not join any military action against Syria after a stunning parliamentary defeat on Thursday of a government motion on the issue, dealing a setback to US-led efforts to punish Damascus over the use of chemical weapons against civili

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Violence casts shadow over Pakistan elections

A string of militant attacks and gunfights that killed at least 17 people cast a long shadow over Pakistan's general election on Saturday, but millions still turned out to vote in a landmark test of the troubled country's democracy.

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Imran Khan gains in Pakistan vote

Former Pakistan cricket star Imran Khan's party was enjoying a late surge of support on Friday, the eve of a landmark election, raising the prospect of a fragmented parliament that could lead to weeks of haggling to form a coalition governme

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