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The former DHS chief wished meetings on election campaign threats, the White House refused: officials

In recent months, Kirstjen Nielsen, a member of the Homeland Security Department, has been prevented from convening in the White House to hold high-level cabinet meetings on Russia's possible future interference in the upcoming US election of 2020, two with the affair trusted senior officials told ABC News. Interest in Donald Trump Add Donald Trump as an interest to keep …

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Elections in India: Election start for the third phase | India News

Millions of Americans vote Tuesday for the third and largest phase of a staggered parliamentary election, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who cast his vote in his home state of Gujarat. A total of 188 million voters are eligible Voters voted during the day in 117 constituencies in 15 states and federal states. Nearly 24 percent of people had voted …

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Election in Ukraine: Comedian Zelensky & # 39; wins presidency & # 39;

Image copyright Getty Images Caption Volodymyr Zelensky played in a satirical drama in which his character accidentally becomes president The Ukrainian comedian Volodymyr Zelensky has won a runoff election to become the country's next president, according to exit polls. The polls give him more than 70% support. He dominated the first round of voting three weeks ago, when 39 candidates …

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Election in Ukraine: choice between comic and tycoon

Media playback is not supported on your device. Media Caption Petro Poroshenko and Volodymyr Zelensky held a long-awaited head-to-head debate at the Kiev Olympic Stadium in Kiev, in which Ukrainians will soon be taking part in a runoff election to elect the country's next president. Voters are faced with a clear decision between incumbent President Petro Poroshenko and politically known …

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India Election 2019: Voters go to Phase 2

Puducherry, an administrative district on the southeast coast of India, is on its way to polls today. Known as a union territory, Puducherry is one of seven in India. But it is only one in two – including New Delhi – that has been given a special status and can choose its own legislative assembly. However, the entire administration is …

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Terry Gou of Foxconn follows Trump's example of Taiwan's election

If selected, Gou will likely compete with reigning Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen in the January 11 elections. Tsai announced that she would be competing in February of this year after violating local electoral losses in 2018. Her Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) saw referenda across the island. The DPP has traditionally taken steps to formalize Taiwan's de facto independence from China. …

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Election start in the biggest elections in Indonesia | news

The Indonesians have begun to elect their next president. The vote began on Wednesday at 7:00 am in the presidential and parliamentary elections Wednesday (7:00 am GMT Tuesday) in the easternmost provinces. It started two hours later in the capital Jakarta. Indonesia has three time zones. The vote ends at 1 pm, and after about two hours the so-called "quick …

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Roy Moore leads the Senate election in Alabama

Roy Moore, the Republican iconoclast accused of sexual misconduct, is leading the Republicans in a new poll on the upcoming Alabama Senate run. Moore narrowly lost a special election to occupy the seat of former Attorney General Jeff Sessions, on charges of several women that he had inappropriately touched or kissed her as a teenager and he was grown. A …

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Finland election: Leftist party tipped to win vote

Image copyright Reuters Image caption The Social Democratic party's Antti Rinne could be next prime minister                  Finland is tipped to turn left in Sunday's election with the Social Democrats leading in polls. But with several parties, including the right-wing Finns, jostling closely for second place, their ability to govern could be curtailed and coalition-building read ahead. Last month, former …

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