This week WikiTribune is exploring why democratic citizens aren't all avoiding the polling booth and voting online
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WikiTribune is finding evidence for claims made by Paul Ryan
Compared with Myanmar's Rohingya crisis, persecution of Christian Kachin group gets little press coverage
Estonia became the world's first country to give its citizens the choice of voting from their home in parliamentary elections, in 2007 (Wired). Since then remote e-voting has scarcely been adopted....
What progress has been made in tackling loneliness since the British government appointed a minister for it
Help report on the June 24 lifting of ban on women driving in the Arab state
A decades-old dispute over Macedonia's name moves towards a resolution, with the adjective 'North' the key change
UK Home Secretary outlines the online system for EU citizens to apply for Settled status
Advocates hope outlawing form of image-based sexual abuse will tighten rights of victims, but experts fear bill is limited
Court decision to provisionally set free five men found guilty of sexually abusing an 18-year-old leads to protests in five cities
Most scholars say a sitting president cannot be indicted, but the legal language is unclear. Help us report this story
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A key EU committee has approved Article 13, which critics say will act as a universal copyright filter for the internet
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Donald Trump has signed an executive ending separating families at the border. Did he need to?
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