Unveiling the Epstein Files: Third Batch of Documents Revealed
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The latest documents, unveiled on Friday, consist of over 1,300 pages and are part of a 2015 civil defamation case filed by Virginia Roberts Giuffre. Giuffre alleges that Epstein sexually abused her as a minor, with assistance from Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein's former girlfriend, who is currently serving a 20-year jail term for her involvement.
British-Indian Selected as Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Oxford
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Having graduated in 2018 from Barts and the London School of Dentistry, Raniga worked as a head and neck surgeon at Northwick Park Hospital, later aiding in the ICU during the pandemic.
Polish Parliament Appoints Donald Tusk as New Prime Minister
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Backed by the major opposition groups—the Civic Coalition, the Third Way, and the New Left—Tusk's appointment received 201 votes against with no abstentions.
Javier Milei Inaugurated as Argentina's New President
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Acknowledging short-term hardships, he stressed austerity's inevitability, promising future benefits. His unexpected November victory propelled him, a right-wing figure, from obscurity to presidency. 
Amid violent protests, Bangla polls may further deepen political fault lines
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With no sign of political compromise in sight, Bangladesh’s January elections will likely do little to repair its deep political divisions, he said.
With record 70 elections due, 2024 will shape a new world order
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In what will be the greatest election year in history, close to half of the world’s population will be affected by the electoral events in 2024.
Exit Poll Shows AntiIslam Populist Leaders Party Leading in Dutch Elections
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Following closely behind in the exit poll is the Green Left-Labor alliance, led by Frans Timmermans, projected to secure 26 seats, while the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD), previously led by outgoing Prime Minister Mark Rutte and now under Dilan Yesilgoz-Zegerius, is forecasted to secure 23 seats.
Right-wing Swiss People's Party to win general elections
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It was followed by the left-wing Social Democrats with 18 per cent of votes, while the left-wing Green Party garnered 9.2 per cent of the votes, losing four percentage points from last election. Swiss media reported that the turnout for the Sunday election was 46.9 per cent, up from 45.1 per cent four years ago.
Poland's opposition likely to form new govt: Exit poll
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According to the latest results published by global polling research firm Ipsos, although the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party has come first in the country's parliamentary elections, with 36.1 per cent of the vote in a United Right coalition with smaller groups, it failed to muster a majority, reports Xinhua news agency.
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