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Thousands protest Enrique Peña Nieto's win in Mexico's presidential election

Tens of thousands of protesters marched in Mexico's capital on Saturday to protest Enrique Peña Nieto's apparent win in the country's presidential election, accusing his long ruling party of buying votes.


Putin's time is running out: Russian protest leader

Up to 1 million Russians are ready to take to the streets to protest against a disputed election and Vladimir Putin's "corrupt regime" is unlikely to hold on to power for more than two years, protest leader Alexei Navalny said on Friday.


Iranian official denies reports that election protesters were raped in prison

The parliament speaker says a commission found no evidence of sexual assault.

A day after vowing to investigate allegations that election protesters were sexually abused in Iran's prisons, the parliament speaker dismissed the charges as false.


NYT: Leading clerics defiant on Iran election

The most important group of religious leaders in Iran called the disputed presidential election and the new government illegitimate on Saturday.


Iran Protests Wane Amid Crackdown

Iran Protests Wane Amid Crackdown

Protests in Tehran were much smaller than recent demonstrations, amid a crackdown by Iranian security forces. The Guardian Council said it had discovered some voting irregularities.


Iran's supreme leader defends election

Iran's supreme leader defends election

Iran's supreme leader passionately defended last week's presidential election process today, praising President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's election as a "definitive victory" and denying charges of vote-rigging.


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