World Election Watch
TORONTO -- Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper is unlikely to attend the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in London next month because of a looming election in Canada.
Merkel fights to stop German state slipping away (AP, March 24, 2011; 9:55 AM)
Opposition says they'll topple Canadian PM Friday (AP, March 23, 2011; 11:21 PM)
Army finds bomb-making material in central Nigeria (AP, March 23, 2011; 11:59 AM)
Spring election looms in Canada (AP, March 22, 2011; 10:14 PM)
Egypt: Constitution changes pass in referendum (AP, March 21, 2011; 12:13 AM)
Peru's Cabinet chief quits, cites personal reasons (AP, March 19, 2011; 7:53 PM)
A look Haiti's presidential election (AP, March 19, 2011; 6:02 PM)
Ivory Coast's crisis creates embassy quandary (AP, March 19, 2011; 12:37 PM)
Warm welcome greets Aristide on return to Haiti (AP, March 18, 2011; 6:30 PM)

In Russia, Medvedev Sweeps Presidential Election
(Post, March 2, 2008; 2:07 PM)

Despite Spotlight, Putin's Heir Still Shadowy: Medvedev Assured of Win, but Many Russians Unsure What Will Follow
(Post, March 2, 2008; Page A01)

Monitor Declines Role in Russian Vote: European Group Says 'Severe Restrictions' Frustrate Mission
(Post, February 8, 2008; Page A16)

Europe Election Monitors Might Forgo Russian Vote: Restrictions by Moscow Called Too Severe
(Post, January 30, 2008; Page A10)

Prime Time for Putin's Anointed: Favorite for Election, Medvedev Is Heavily Favored in Coverage
(Post, January 30, 2008; Page A10)
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Argentina Presidential Elections | Oct. 28, 2007
Argentina's New President Has a Legacy to Overcome: Her Husband's
(Post, February 7, 2008; Page A15)

A Bagman's Tale: Did Hugo Chávez purchase the allegiance of Argentina's new president?
(Post, December 26, 2007; Page A20)

Argentine Leader Slams U.S. Allegations: New President Calls Scandal 'Garbage' Intended to Hurt Her
(Post, December 14, 2007; Page A30)

U.S. Says Venezuela Tried to Give $800,000 to Argentine: 4 Accused in Miami Of Trying to Hide Illegal Contribution
(Post, December 13, 2007; Page A24)

New President, Old Cycle: Can Argentina's Cristina Fern¿ndez de Kirchner avoid another economic bust?
(Post, October 30, 2007; Page A14)
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Nigerian Elections | April 21, 2007
Nigeria debates whether to hold election debate
(AP, March 16, 2011; 1:49 PM)

Nigeria: Crash involving governor kills 4
(AP, March 15, 2011; 1:19 PM)

Nonviolent Muslim cleric killed in Nigeria
(AP, March 13, 2011; 11:45 PM)

Bomb explodes at Nigerian political rally, kills 3
(AP, March 3, 2011; 4:46 PM)
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French Elections | April 22, 2007

Sarkozy Wins French Presidency
(AP, May 6, 2007; 9:28 PM)

Sarkozy's Message: I Won't Be a Poodle
(AP, May 7, 2007; 2:45 PM)

Sarkozy Win Comes From Unlikely Corners
(AP, May 7, 2007; 5:50 PM)

Comparison To Clinton Is Dismissed: French Counterpart Lacked Substance, Senator's Camp Says
(Post, May 8, 2007; Page A06)

Farewell, Jacques Chirac: A Leader With a Deep Scorn for Fostering Democracy
(By Anne Applebaum, May 8, 2007; Page A25)
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Israeli Elections | March 28, 2006

Sharon's Party Is Winner In Israel: Support for Kadima Short of Projections
(Post, March 29, 2006; Page A01)

Fatah Gunmen Assert Authority in West Bank: Territory Becomes Mirror Opposite of Gaza
(Post, July 8, 2007; Page A12)

Anti-Syrian Lawmaker Killed in Beirut Blast: Attack Heightens Worries Among Weary Lebanese
(Post, June 14, 2007; Page A14)

Shimon Peres Easily Wins Israeli Presidency: Ex-Premier Elected by Parliament to Largely Ceremonial Post That Eluded Him in 2000
(Post, June 14, 2007; Page A17)

Israel's Labor Party Picks Barak, Again: Ex-Prime Minister Edges Ayalon in Runoff
(Post, June 13, 2007; Page A12)
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Iraq's Government
Iraq's Supreme Court ratifies election results
(Post, June 1, 2010; 4:41 PM)

Clinton urges Iraq to 'speedily' form government
(Post, April 27, 2010; 7:27 PM)

Iraq reports arrest of al-Qaeda mastermind in '09 bombings
(Post, April 22, 2010; 5:09 PM)

D.C. area Iraqis slow to vote in homeland's elections
(Post, March 5, 2010; 2:20 PM)

Blasts kill at least 33 in Diyala province
(Post, March 4, 2010)
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