Ireland set to hold vote on blasphemy laws
Voters will be asked to decide whether blasphemy laws should be removed from the Irish constitution. Blasphemy is still considered a serious crime that carries heavy penalties – although no one has actually been convicted for the offense.
Electoral umpire continues voter registration process across the country
Electoral umpire continues voter registration process across the country.
Ecuador goes to the polls to elect new president
Nearly 13 million voters in Ecuador go to the polls on Sunday to elect a new president, replacing Rafael Correa who has held the post for 10 years. There are eight candidates vying for the job and many voters are undecided.
Kenyan president does 'dab dance' to appeal to young voters
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta dances with the award winning FBI dance crew, as part of his campaign to encourage the youth to register as voters.
Lots of 'distractions' in presidential campaign - Clinton
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton urges supporters in Philadelphia not to let the 'distractions' keep them from voting on Tuesday.
Melania Trump on the campaign trail
Melania Trump urges North Carolina voters to work hard to elect her husband, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, during the final weekend of the campaign.
Katy Perry urges fans to 'rock for Hillary'
In Philadelphia, singer Katy Perry stages the latest in a series of 'Love Trumps Hate' concerts to support Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton as Clinton reaches out to young voters.