A woman walks past a mural in Toribio, department of Cauca, Colombia. The Colombian government and FARC rebels scrambled Monday to save a peace deal after voters narrowly rejected it in a referendum, throwing the four-year-old peace process into uncertainty. Photo Luis Robayo/AFP/Getty
South African voters wait at a polling station outside the hostels in Umlazi, Durban
Indian voters pose for a photograph with their identity cards as they queue to cast their ballots in the state assembly elections at a polling station in Diphu, India
Lesotho Prime Minister and leader of the All Basotho Convention (ABC) Tom Thabane supporters cheer through the streets of Maseru during a general assembly elections campaign gathering on Thursday in Maseru, Lesotho. Voters from the Kingdom of Lesotho will head to the polls on Saturday to elect a new parliament
Bharatiya Janata party supporters celebrate the news of early election result trends outside their party headquarters in Jammu, India
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Residents wait in line in the pre-dawn hours to vote in the 2014 US midterm elections at a historic property called the Hunter House at Nottoway Park in Vienna, Virginia
Women in Afghanistan line up to have their picture taken at a school in Kabul, Afghanistan to register for presidential elections. Last-minute registration of voters continues despite more than 21 million voter registration cards having been issued while only roughly 12 million Afghans are eligible to vote. The discrepancy is the result of repeated registrations since the first round of elections in Afghanistan in 2004.
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Voters walk beneath election posters suspended over a street in a polling precinct in Manila, Philippines on Monday. Millions of Filipinos are heading out to cast their votes for the mid-term election. So far, over 50 people have been killed in the run up to polling day for elections that have been marred by violence and accusations of corruption and nepotism.
Nigel Frarage, Ukip leader, arrives in Westminster on Friday after a successful night in local council elections. Mr Farage was delighted with what he saw as a remarkable result for the UK Independence Party, which he said put them in with a chance of securing a seat at Westminster.