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Oleg Kozhemyako, the Kremlin-backed acting governor of Russia's far eastern region of Primorye, has won a gubernatorial rerun election with 61.9 percent of the vote, RFE/RL reported Dec. 16.
A review of the world's most pressing geopolitical events and insight into what the coming week will bring.
Hundreds of Jordanians have demonstrated against an upcoming income tax law and clashed with security forces, Al Jazeera reported Dec. 14.
Tunisian Prime Minister Youssef Chahed met Saudi King Salman and signed agreements worth $119 million to develop clean drinking water and agricultural projects, Tunis Afrique Presse reported Dec. 13.
Kosovo's parliament has approved a set of laws to transform the lightly armed Kosovo Security Force into a national army, Deutsche Welle reported Dec. 14.
New Delhi is trying to hold on to its Iranian oil imports and avoid angering Washington, which has become its most important strategic partner.
The detentions, an apparent pressure tactic over the arrest of a Huawei executive at Washington's behest, leave Ottawa with tricky decisions.
China has announced that it detained a second Canadian citizen, Michael Spavor, on Dec. 10 and is investigating him for activities that endangered Chinese national security, the South China Morning Post reported Dec. 13.
An attack against officers of the National Guard in the Ingushetian town of Nazran has resulted in the deaths of two men, Tass reported Dec. 13.