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Citizen Action Party candidate Luis Guillermo Solis is the only actively running candidate in the election run-off.
US defence secretary warns China against unilateral action over disputes with Japan, a day before his visit to Beijing.
Outgoing leader calls poll a step towards peace, while US president congratulates nation for largely bloodless election.
Presidential campaign team blames "fascists" after crowd burns pictures of incumbent and attacks journalists.
Oumar Tatam Ly submits entire government's resignation to president, but no explanation is given for decision.
Announcement comes after Rwanda's president accused France of playing a "direct role" in massacres of 20 years ago.
Defence secretary to increase anti-missile ships in Japan from five to seven, in response to Pyongyang "provocations".
Anti-riot police move into Zaatari refugee camp following protests over ill treatment and injury to four-year-old.
Armed group had held more than 50 Egyptian trucks in Libya's northeast to protest against prosecutions by Cairo.
Libyan gunmen demand release of a national who was handed a life sentence by Egyptian authorities for smuggling arms.
Faced with a rising wave of attacks, the Egyptian government takes a tougher stand.
Ban, in a brief visit to CAR, says the AU mission is under-resourced and overwhelmed by the sheer scale of the need.
Israeli negotiator says US should act as facilitator of more direct talks between Israel and the Palestinians.
At least 18 soldiers killed in an explosion and ensuing gunfight at booby-trapped house near the city of Fallujah.
Angry crowd accuses medical charity Médecins Sans Frontières of bringing the disease to the town of Macenta.
Ship picks up pulse signal in the search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, Chinese state media reports.
Government signs off use of military to secure upcoming games after years of limited success in war against drug gangs.
The priests and a Canadian nun were kidnapped from their place of residence by armed men in the country's north.
Millions defy Taliban threats to choose successor to President Karzai, in nation's first democratic transfer of power.
Protesters pledge to deter any move to dismiss Shinawatra Yingluck, who faces legal challenges that can end her rule.