On a historic election day, Sharif beat expectations, cruising toward a convincing victory
A new World Bank report is released on sub-Saharan Africa’s economic growth, Sunni candidates in Iraq are being assassinated ahead of the country’s elections, and a senior Syrian government minister has alleged that Britain and …
Brazilian authorities continue to “pacify” shantytowns, Thailand pledges to ban ivory trade and violence breaks out in Mombasa as people vote in Kenyan election.
As vote approaches, political uncertainty grows—and with that fears about Italy’s economy and relationship with the European Union
Adolf Hitler is running for election in a north-east Indian state – and will be competing against Frankenstein.
China appoints a new governor for Tibet, former Thai prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra is in exile but wields influence from afar and Israel boycotts the U.N. Human Rights Council review
The task of electing camp leaders is a novel experience for many displaced Syrians, who still remember the corrupt polling practices of the Assad regime
The end-game in the war torn country is complex–and troop levels may be the simplest piece of the puzzle
After 24 hours of chaos and fraud allegations, Jean-François Copé is re-elected leader of French conservatives with gestures to the far right that divides his camp.
Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili conceded defeat as his ruling party suffered in parliamentary polls, thanks in part to videos showing torture in a prison a TIME correspondent once visited
On deck for Tuesday: Ahmadinejad’s videographer defects while filming the president’s trip in New York, Pussy Riot requests a later appeal date to change its lawyer, a billionaire edges toward presidency in Georgian elections, …
As Georgia’s parliamentary elections near, President Mikheil Saakashvili’s party is reeling after videos showing violent abuse of prisoners were broadcast on television. Will the outrage in the streets propel the ruling party’s …