Will the new constitution end years of conflict or does it risk centralizing power?
Two opposition alliances said the re-elected government created an atmosphere of fear.
The explosion happened just days ahead of Georgia's parliamentary elections.
Joseph Kabila said he hopes 10 million more voters will now register for the 2018 election.
Liberal politician Ella Pamfilova heads the country's Electoral Commission for her first election.
Will September vote ensure another decade of power for Putin?
American officials and cyber security experts have blamed recent hacking attacks on people working for the Russian government.
The Levada Center recently reported Russia's ruling party's decline in the polls.
Donald Trump questioning the validity of the election threatens U.S. democracy.
A Levada Center poll sees the party reach new lows for 2016, but no main beneficiary is in sight.
Tens of thousands of Muscovites have been receiving calls about the September elections.
As Donald Trump finally pays for ads, we look at how campaign spending affects election results.
The late Boris Nemtsov's party participated in a televised debate ahead of the September elections.
A new exhibit explores how images, "from press prints to selfies," have played into presidential campaigns in the last half century.
The "Yarovaya Law" could introduce the most sweeping snooping powers since Soviet times.
The provocative claim comes ahead of October's local and municipal elections.
The Republican nominee initially told the child's mother not to worry about it.
After 40 years on stage, Paata Burchuladze is running to be Georgia's next prime minister.
The Federal Election Commission has fined three "dark money" groups linked to the Kochs for failing to reveal the source of their funds.
Presumptive Democratic nominee's VP choices aren't exciting enough to dominate news cycles.