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Long queues as Afghan voters defy election day attacks, delays

By Hamid Shalizi and Rupam Jain KABUL (Reuters) - Afghans braved chaotic delays outside polling stations and the threat of militant attacks to vote in parliamentary elections on Saturday that were seen..
Credit: Firstpost - Published

Man planned to detonate 90kg bomb on National Mall on Election Day: FBI

Paul Rosenfeld planned to kill himself and draw attention to a political system in which public officials are chosen randomly rather than elected, prosecutors say.
Credit: Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

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Afghan Voters Turn Up At Polls In Defiance Of Election Day Attacks [Video]Afghan Voters Turn Up At Polls In Defiance Of Election Day Attacks  00:36

According to a report by Reuters, on Saturday, fghans braved chaotic delays outside polling stations, in addition to the threat of militant attacks, to vote in parliamentary elections that were seen as..

Credit: Wochit - Published

Afghan Voters Brave Attacks, Delays On Election Day [Video]Afghan Voters Brave Attacks, Delays On Election Day  00:34

According to Reuters, a suicide bomber blew himself up in the Afghan capital on Saturday, killing at least 15 people as voting for parliamentary elections concluded. There was no immediate claim of..

Credit: Wochit - Published

Suicide attack kills 15 people in Afghan capital on election day [Video]Suicide attack kills 15 people in Afghan capital on election day  00:45

The bombing happened as people vote in parliamentary elections which were marred by violence from the outset. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

Credit: Reuters Studio - Published

Russian Threat Still Prevalent [Video]Russian Threat Still Prevalent  00:48

A criminal complaint was filed on Friday showing the US intelligence community and Silicon Valley upped their efforts to prevent interference in November's midterm elections, but that hasn't stopped..

Credit: Wochit News - Published

Afghans Vote in Parliamentary Elections Amid Reports of Violence [Video]Afghans Vote in Parliamentary Elections Amid Reports of Violence  01:01

Voting got underway in Afghanistan’s parliamentary elections on October 20, amid a backdrop of poor organization, closed polling stations and reports of violence. Many polling stations failed to..

Credit: Rumble - Published

Women Wait in Line in Kabul to Vote in Parliamentary Elections [Video]Women Wait in Line in Kabul to Vote in Parliamentary Elections  00:41

Women in Kabul began waiting in line early on October 20 to cast their vote in Afghanistan’s parliamentary elections. The vote comes days after a gun attack at a compound in Kandahar on October..

Credit: Rumble - Published

 

Last pitch to voters as Wagga Wagga hangs on a knife edge

NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian strolled the deserted main street of Wagga Wagga looking to persuade voters to give the Liberals another chance, as the historically safe seat tilted on a knife's edge..
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Many dead after suicide blast on Pakistan's election day

Violence has marred Pakistan's election day, with dozens killed in a suicide attack outside a polling station.
Credit: SBS - Published

Multiple dead after blast outside polling station on Pakistan's election day

Violence has marred Pakistan's election day, with reports dozens have been killed in a suicide attack.
Credit: SBS - Published

Blast kills 20 in Pakistan on election day

More than 20 people are dead following a suspected suicide attack in the Pakistani city of Quetta on the day the country goes to the polls.
Credit: SBS - Published

Blasts kill at least 18 as Pakistan goes to polls

Violence has marred Pakistan's election day, with reports at least 18 voters have been killed in a suicide attack.
Credit: SBS - Published

Bill Shorten will be laughing at the Coalition dilemma all the way to election day

Pauline Hanson's populist movement is shown to be not so much anti-incumbent as anti the conservative establishment.
Credit: Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age

LNP say they have absolutely nothing to hide in their costings

Revealing the LNP election promise costings less than 48 hours before election day is "perfectly reasonable", according to Opposition Leader Tim Nicholls.
Credit: Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age

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