Tunisians began voting for a new president on Sunday in the decisive second-round run-off of an election in which they have spurned traditional candidates in favour of a media mogul ...
EU finance ministers will start voting Friday on a nominee to replace France's Christine Lagarde as the head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the French Economy Ministry said.
Fijians went to the polls on Wednesday for only the second time since a 2006 coup, with former military strongman Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama confident of winning a second term ...
Tens of thousands of armed police were on duty Monday as a restive Indian state wracked by violence went to the polls.
Far-right parties have made spectacular gains throughout Europe in recent years after a refugee crisis sparked by civil war in Syria and continuing conflicts in Afghanistan and parts of Africa.
International observers urged the electoral commission to release the tally as soon as possible to avoid further violence.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has won over 96% of votes counted so far, according to a local media tally of numbers released, but his second term mandate is weak with turnout below 35%.
The bloodshed stained Kenya's second presidential election in three months, worsening a fractious ballot that has been boycotted by opposition leader Raila Odinga and polarised east Africa's flagship democracy.