Parliamentary elections in Antigua and Barbuda on 12 June ended with a Labour Party victory.
Afghan presidential candidates competed in a run-off election on 14 June 2014. Photo: S. SABAWOON
Kosovo recently held its first nation-wide elections since the country's 2008 declaration of independence. This was also the first national contest including Serbian community municipalities in the country's north.
Over 500 million voters are eligible to participate in voting for the European Parliament from May 22-25. What are the implications of the election and what does it mean for the future of the EU?
Lithuanian President Dalia GRYBUSKAITĖ will face a run-off election on May 25, 2014 in order to determine whether she will retain her position.
A majority of voters in both Donetsk and Luhansk regions have voted to secede from Ukraine in controversial referendums held on 11 May.
General elections in Panama result in a new president and a divided National Assembly.
The ruling African National Congress maintains power after winning over 60% of the vote.
Prime Minister YINGLUCK Shinawatra and several of her Cabinet members have been removed from office after a decision from the Constitutional Court found the Prime Minister guilty of abusing her power.
Presidential and parliamentary elections in Macedonia have resulted in the re-election of President Ivanov and Prime Minister Gruevski