The new elections would take place on June 8 if her proposal wins the support of two thirds of parliament.
The Commission has received news of Turkish president Tayyip Erdogan's victory with skepticism, calling on an investigation into the voting process.
A Russian state-owned shipping conglomerate is holding $20 million worth of the country's oil.
The vice president made an unannounced visit to a border village that is the only place where North Korean and South Korean soldiers stand face to face.
With much of the voting public still undecided, four candidates could reach the runoff.
How a group of gritty farmers turned Samsø, Denmark, into a premier global model of renewable energy.
Researchers are working to take the process from science fiction to reality. A new study is demonstrating how one device could work even in dry desert conditions using only the power of the sun.
Christian families have begun to return to the city of Qaraqosh, which once held Iraq's largest Christian population until the city was captured in 2014.
The US dropped its largest non-nuclear bomb in Afghanistan Thursday, killing 36 Islamic State group fighters.
As tensions rise over a possible North Korea nuclear test this weekend, average South Koreans show few signs of concern.
Nearly 8,000 Syrians were evacuated from towns near Damascus and in northern rebel-besieged towns on Friday.
Patti Ragan founded the Center for Great Apes near Wauchula, Fla., which has become a model for ape sanctuaries across the US.