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What does the election in Pakistan mean?

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan – Pakistan will go to the polls on Wednesday to elect a prime minister, who in the country's 70-year history only transfers power from one civilian government to another for the second time. The election comes at a critical moment for a country of 200 million people and a war-stricken region. Pakistan is an atomic state, a negative …

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Pakistan candidate receives life record in drug case days before election

Abbasi was arrested shortly after the verdict was delivered from the court. An anti-drug court in Pakistan has sentenced Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) leader Hanif Abbasi to life imprisonment in an eight-year-old ephedrine case. The eight-year-old case was related to the delivery of ephedrine to a drug smuggler. Hanif Abbasi, the PML-N candidate against Awami Muslim League chief Sheikh …

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Stage for 2019 election as modes govt wins distrust test in parliament on the day of hug, wink, debate | India News

The NDA government reached a majority of more than two-thirds (at 72%, nearly three-quarters) and proposed a vote of no confidence crucial, even if Prime Minister Narendra Modi set the course for 2019 elections Modi strongly defended the Record of his government on welfare and economics; sharply criticized the policies of the Congress and its treatment of "grassroots leaders" refuted …

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Mexico accuses the party of President-elect Lopez Obrador of a large fine for financing the election campaign

MEXICO CITY – Mexico's electoral authorities imposed a $ 10 million fine Wednesday against the party of President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who had used money from an earthquake victim trustee fund in her election campaign. The National Election Institute decided The Morena Party of the Anti-Establishment Left broke the law by destroying 78.8 million pesos (4.1 million US dollars) …

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FBI Director: Russia is the "most aggressive player" in election interventions

Speaking to NBC News presenter Lester Holt at a national security forum in Aspen, Colorado, Wray said Russian operations are "very active" and "aiming to sew discord and division in this country." Wray also said that his "view has not changed" on the fact that was determined by the intelligence community assessment in 2017 that "Russia was trying to disrupt …

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"Russia tries to disturb" in the 2016 election

Aspen, Colorado – FBI Director Chris Wray rebuffed Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday evening and, with a clear tone from President Donald Trump, unambiguously supported the US secret service's conclusion that Russia would be in 2016 has interfered with choice. "He has his opinion, he has expressed his opinion, and I will tell you, as I see it: The …

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Vote Leaving campaign violates election law, Watchdog says

The Vote Leave campaign was the official face of 2016's efforts to convince the United Kingdom to leave the European Union – an effort that has been successful. "Leave" won nearly 52 percent of the vote in the controversial Brexit referendum this year, and Britain is scheduled to join the E.U. next march. But on Tuesday, the Electoral Commission, an …

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Trump-Putin meeting: Trump says he accepts intelligence on Russian interference in 2016 election following uproar over Helsinki comments

Breaking: Seeking to Source Mounting Criticism After the Helsinki Summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, President Trump on Tuesday intelligence community's conclusion that Russia's meddling in the 2016 election took place. Could be other people so. A lot of people out there. There is no collusion at all. " President Trump on Tuesday portrayed his widely panned summit with Russian …

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May wins the general election after bowing to Brexit pressure

LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Theresa May won a number of votes in parliament on Monday. She retained her overarching strategy to leave the European Union after she bowed to pressure from Brexit supporters in her party. Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May welcomes US President Donald Trump on July 13, 2018 in Checkers, UK. REUTERS / Hannah McKay But …

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