Russian Communist Party Holds Mass Protest over Alleged Electoral Fraud

Over a thousand Russians, including prominent Communist Party members, gathered in Moscow’s central square on Saturday to protest what critics of the Kremlin claim rampant vote fraud while police detained several demonstrators. Protestors gathered in Pushkin Square, denouncing the “rigged …

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Iceland Falls Short of Electing Europe’s First Female-Majority Parliament After Recount

Iceland briefly thought it had elected the first female-majority parliament in Europe, but a recount on Sept. 26 showed that it had fallen short, state broadcaster RUV reported. The recount showed women won 30 (47.6%) of the 63 seats in …

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Google, Apple Unlists Navalny App as Russian Elections Start

Jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny’s team said that Google and Apple pulled out Navalny’s voting app from their stores on Friday, September 17, as the Russian elections commence.d Russia’s state communications watchdog, Roskomnadzor, warned the top tech giants that they …

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