Exit polls show that President Rafael Correa won by a wide margin over his nearest competitor in an eight-candidate field.
Fans climbed trees and hopped fences in eastern India Friday to glimpse the political scion, who's campaigning nationwide amid parliamentary elections.
Slightly more than 51 percent of Berliners said ‘no’ to a measure to give students an option to study the religion of their choosing.
Opposition candidates are crying foul at official results from Sunday's controversial mayoral elections in Sochi, Russia, the venue of the 2014 Winter Olympics.
Schools and nightclubs are closed. Health officials have new powers to quarantine homes.
President Rafael Correa is expected to win big in today's vote. He talks like a leftist, but many say he doesn't act like one.
The longtime rivals signed deals Sunday on boosting cross-strait flights, joint-crime fighting, and financial cooperation, but steered clear of politics.
The tenuous peace deal with the militants comes under increasing strain as Taliban take areas closer to Pakistan’s capital.
Controversial referendum today determines if students get the option to study ethics or religion.
Forget whether or not the 'torture' tactics on Al Qaeda suspects were justifiable. Debate now rages as to whether they were effective.
The US Secretary of State dropped into Beirut Sunday to bolster US allies against Hezbollah supporters ahead of close parliamentary elections.
Faced with rising costs and growing fears of hackers, Ireland has decided to join a growing movement in Europe to return to old school voting practices.
The campaign against the Tamil Tigers appears to be ending. But deep ethnic divides behind the conflict remain.
The girl's courage has prompted India, where nearly half of all females wed before age 18, to consider the consequences of marrying young.
Sheikh Hassan Aweys, whom the US accuses of having ties to Al Qaeda, says he wants to unite warring Islamic factions.
China wants Adil Hakimjan, who was granted political asylum, back. Sweden is now considering reversing his asylum.
The North may see the arrest of Laura Ling and Euna Lee as a powerful tool in negotiations with the US.