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The real reasons North Korea held yesterday's 'elections'
North Korean voters can cast a ballot, but only for one candidate
Sisi remains Egypt defence minister as new cabinet sworn in
Rob Ford tells Today show he's in shape, ready to run in crowded mayoral race (VIDEO)
Thais bring children to the insurrection, despite recent deaths
14 protest videos that went viral and changed the world
Fate or fairytale: Can Aung San Suu Kyi become Myanmar’s next president?
Who’s who: These are the key figures and groups in Ukraine’s political crisis
The future of Chinese democracy will be decided in Hong Kong this year
Coup watch: Bloody days ahead for Bangkok
The left may win big in Costa Rica, El Salvador elections (VIDEO)
Bangkok aunties rage against election sabotage
Peaceful start to Thai polls, but don't get your hopes up
Morsi trial adjourned until Feb. 4
Latin American left eyes El Salvador, Costa Rica votes
South Africa: Where it's okay to call an opponent a 'rent-a-black'
Gunmen open fire on protests in Bangkok
Meet Jokowi: Metallica fan, front-runner for the Indonesian presidency
In Bangkok, voting demands nerves of steel
This secret mass grave does not bode well for El Salvador's gang 'truce'
Americans really don't like their government right now
This year Congress is expected to get even less done than last year
How to pronounce the name of Madagascar's new president: Hery Rajaonarimampianina
Egyptian voters brave the polls, saying 'no to terrorism'
Bangkokalypse: Thai protestors deploy epic traffic to bring down government
Egypt vote looms on army-backed, post-Morsi constitution
Egypt's General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi obliged to run for president if people demand it
Anna Hazare-inspired 'common man' party takes first step toward its Indian revolution
Here's a plan to end the conflict in Syria: support Assad
2014: A year of electoral fireworks
UK: The man who wasn’t there
Azerbaijan’s leading dailies pay steep price for criticism of the regime
Juan Orlando Hernandez confirmed as president of Honduras
Latinas who rule
The Hillarys of Latin America
My moment with Mandela
Molotovs and monitor lizards on the front lines of Thai ‘coup’
In Honduras vote, new lesson in how the drug war steers politics
With two nuclear options, Obama can push back against friends, foes alike
Germany's biggest parties agree to form 'grand coalition'
Best political insult of the day, courtesy of Thailand: 'Stupid Crab B*tch Water Buffalo Face'
Honduras holds general elections amid tight security
Honduras to decide if military police or gangsters run the streets
Chile leans left again
Chris Christie wins re-election in New Jersey
Is Kyrgyzstan still Central Asia’s poster child for democracy?
Scottish nationalists crank up independence drive
Narendra Modi could be India’s next prime minister. So why won’t he talk to his wife?
Argentina's ruling party takes a hit in mid-term elections
Giorgi Margvelashvili wins Georgian presidential election: exit polls
World leaders on their cell phones: A commemoration of the NSA spying scandal
Support for oil-rich Azerbaijan is critical to Western interests
Back to the future: Communist Party may gain power in the Czech Republic
Tongue in cheek, here is how Ted Cruz became a Democratic mole
Rats, locusts and hungry children: Can elections save Madagascar from the abyss?
Call for caretaker president to resign as police block Maldives election
Ukraine: Yanukovych the European?
Germany: The red and the black and the green
France: Friends with the Front?
Georgians prepare for election amid worries about what will follow
Sri Lanka army accused of harassing, intimidating Tamil voters (PHOTOS)
Sri Lanka votes
Germany’s first two black MPs join parliament
Cambodian elections: Ain't no party but the ruling party
German elections: Angie, where will it lead us from here?
Hillary Clinton: 'Pragmatic and realistic' about 2016 presidential run
Algeria's aging president goes rogue. Will it pay off?
Swaziland votes after king's democratic 'vision' during thunderstorm
Hillary Clinton gets her own wine (VIDEO)
Germany: Euroskeptics or neo-Nazis?
Has Germany’s Pirate Party already blown its shot at parliament?
Cambodian leaders meet to end election results dispute as thousands protest
Are Indian politics headed for a conflagration?
Catalans form human chain for independence
German support for small business has kept its economy thriving as the rest of Europe languishes in recession
Russian corruption blogger emerges as opposition politician
‘Mutti’ Merkel set to stay in charge
Pakistani president Asif Ali Zardari steps down
Tony Abbott is Australia's new PM. Here's how he did it.
Center-right candidate Tony Abbott expected to be Australia’s next PM
Russia’s opposition leader headed for almost certain loss in Moscow elections
Kenya becomes first country to withdraw from International Criminal Court
Mali’s new president brings hope of renewal, but old problems remain
Anthony Weiner confronts heckler as cellphone cameras roll (VIDEOS)
Military meddling in Sri Lanka elections: What will the UN do?
A most important tool of modern American democracy: Money
Remembering Martin Luther King and the March on Washington
Merkel coasts to likely victory
Aid to Egypt can retain limited US influence with the ruling generals
Czech parliament dissolves, triggers early elections
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