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Tongans vote out
Tongans vote out half of the incumbents in the Legislative Assembly.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un appoints his sister, Kim Yo Jong, to a high government position.
The Smith Commission, established by UK Prime Minister David Cameron to look at enhanced devolution for Scotland following the independence referendum, publishes its report, recommending the Scottish Parliament should be given the power to set income tax rates and bands.
The Parliament of Ukraine meets for the first time since recent elections with Arseniy Yatsenyuk expected to be confirmed as Prime Minister.
Moldovan parliamentary election, 2014
the Election commission bans the new pro-Russian party Homeland from competing in the elections because of financial support from abroad.
The Hong Kong Police Force arrests eleven more people in a second night of violence after removal of a camp in Mong Kok and seven police officers are arrested for alleged assault of a protester on October 15.
UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East
The UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East declares a state of emergency on the Gaza Strip following heavy floods.
France sets a new record for unemployment with 3.46 million recorded in October.
The European Parliament passes a symbolic motion calling for the break-up of American tech giant Google.
Greek labor unions begin a general strike to protest ongoing government austerity measures shuting down public medical, educational, and transportational services.
A roadside bomb planted at a bus station near the town of Mubi in northeastern Nigeria kills 40, including 5 soldiers.
At least 133 people were killed and 100 wounded, in the aftermath of clashes between Awlad Omran and Al-Ziyoud groups of the Mesiria tribe. The clashes occurred in the Kwak area of the West Kurdufan state, Sudan.
A suicide bomber kills 5 in a targeted attack on a British embassy vehicle in Kabul, Afghanistan.
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