Police fired teargas to disperse protesters who denounced the first round of election as fraudulent.
China is set to announce new aid to African nations when President Xi Jinping visits Zimbabwe and S. Africa.
The French president and his American counterpart will meet in Washington on Tuesday to discuss strategy.
Mauricio Macri has been confirmed as the winner in Argentina's presidential elections.
Forces seek three suspects linked to the hotel assault that left 19 dead.
Country wracked by violence since rebel group seized power in 2013.
Tanzania's governing CCM party candidate John Magufuli won the election with 58% of the vote.
Former President Mathieu Kerekou hailed as helping to usher in multi-party democracy in Africa.
by Michael Lerner Both presidential candidates would keep state-ownership of nationalized firms.
Canada's Liberal leader Justin Trudeau rode a late surge to a stunning majority election victory on Monday.
Airport workers demanding higher pensions go on a 24-hour strike before a holiday weekend, stranding 15,000.
Peru detected 222 suspected drug planes entering its airspace in about 3 months, 95% from Bolivia.
Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi addressed huge crowd in run-up to historic election.
Leaders of Japan, China and S. Korea met for first time in three years.
by Michael Lerner Higher taxes have reduced the proportion of smokers, but smuggling is on the rise.
by Michael Lerner Unhappy with Nepal's new constitution, India has halted most border shipments.
Police fired tear gas at dozens of Greek farmers who pelted them with oranges and tried to storm parliament.
Victor Ponta stepped down after thousands took to the streets to protest over fire that killed 32 people.
Madrid states that restoring its sovereignty over Gibraltar is “a fundamental objective.”
As the E.U. falls short in resettlement targets, the G.C.C. is playing no role-- but it should.
They are the first such elections since the previous chamber was dissolved by a court ruling in 2012.
Guardian Council ratified a bill on Wednesday approving the nuclear deal reached by Tehran and six world powers.
The E.U. granted 184,665 asylum applications in 2014 - Syrians were the top recipients. Like many other countries with an exodus of refugees, Syria has a history of exploitative leadership and a fragile social fabric.
Ambassador John Casson said he was "shocked and concerned" by ruling sending three journalists to jail.
Donald Trump's hardline proposal was attacked as impractical and divisive by John Kasich and Jeb Bush.
The 10 candidates in the evening's main debate were anxious to stand out, and several were quick to attack.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton endured a testy 11-hour hearing in Congress.
"While I will not be a candidate, I will not be silent," stated U.S. Vice President Joe Biden.