Edition:
United States
Pictures | Mon Feb 18, 2013 | 4:14pm EST

Ecuador's re-elected Correa vows media and land reforms

Ecuador's President Rafael Correa reacts after hearing the election results at Carondelet Palace in Quito February 17, 2013. REUTERS/Gary Granja

Ecuador's President Rafael Correa reacts after hearing the election results at Carondelet Palace in Quito February 17, 2013. REUTERS/Gary Granja

Ecuador's President Rafael Correa reacts after hearing the election results at Carondelet Palace in Quito February 17, 2013. REUTERS/Gary Granja
Close
1 / 3
Ecuador's President Rafael Correa celebrates with his Vice President-elect Jorge Glass after hearing results at Carondelet Palace in Quito February 17, 2013. REUTERS/Gary Granja

Ecuador's President Rafael Correa celebrates with his Vice President-elect Jorge Glass after hearing results at Carondelet Palace in Quito February 17, 2013. REUTERS/Gary Granja

Ecuador's President Rafael Correa celebrates with his Vice President-elect Jorge Glass after hearing results at Carondelet Palace in Quito February 17, 2013. REUTERS/Gary Granja
Close
2 / 3
(L-R) Ecuador's President Rafael Correa, his son Rafael Miguel, his daughter Anne Dominique, his wife Anne Malherbe, and Fernando Cordero, National Assembly president, react after hearing the elections results at Carondelet Palace in Quito February 17, 2013. REUTERS/Gary Granja

(L-R) Ecuador's President Rafael Correa, his son Rafael Miguel, his daughter Anne Dominique, his wife Anne Malherbe, and Fernando Cordero, National Assembly president, react after hearing the elections results at Carondelet Palace in Quito February...more

(L-R) Ecuador's President Rafael Correa, his son Rafael Miguel, his daughter Anne Dominique, his wife Anne Malherbe, and Fernando Cordero, National Assembly president, react after hearing the elections results at Carondelet Palace in Quito February 17, 2013. REUTERS/Gary Granja
Close
3 / 3

Next Slideshows

Time to refer Syrian war crimes to ICC: U.N. inquiry

GENEVA (Reuters) - United Nations investigators said on Monday that Syrian leaders they had identified as suspected war criminals should face the International...

Feb 18 2013

Cypriot candidates woo kingmaker for election run-off

NICOSIA (Reuters) - The Cypriot politician most in favor of an international bailout was in pole position to win next Sunday's run-off presidential vote as he...

Feb 18 2013

Workers and police clash at airport during Iberia strike

MADRID (Reuters) - Striking union workers clashed with police at Madrid's Barajas airport on Monday on the first day of a week-long strike over more than 3,800...

Feb 18 2013

Pistorius back in court for murder bail hearing

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - "Blade Runner" Oscar Pistorius, the South African double amputee who became one of the biggest names in world athletics, is due in...

Feb 18 2013

MORE IN PICTURES

Best of Comic-Con

Best of Comic-Con

Highlights from the annual Comic-Con gathering in San Diego.

Sean Spicer resigns

Sean Spicer resigns

Sean Spicer has resigned as White House press secretary, ending a turbulent six months as the chief spokesman for President Trump's administration.

Preparing for a Syrian gas attack

Preparing for a Syrian gas attack

Syrian medical staff learn how to treat victims of chemical weapons attacks, in a course organized by the World Health Organization in Turkey.

Will and Kate's pre-Brexit charm tour

Will and Kate's pre-Brexit charm tour

Prince William and his wife Kate shore up relations with European Union countries before Britain leaves the bloc.

Russia's military might

Russia's military might

A look at Russia's armed forces amid reports the country deployed a new cruise missile despite complaints by U.S. officials that it violated an arms control treaty banning ground-based U.S. and Russian intermediate-range missiles.

Thousands protest Polish court overhaul

Thousands protest Polish court overhaul

Tens of thousands of Poles protest against a new law that allows parliament to appoint Supreme Court judges, defying a European Union warning that the move undermines democracy and the rule of law.

Tensions run high at Jerusalem holy site

Tensions run high at Jerusalem holy site

Palestinian worshippers clash with Israeli security forces outside a Jerusalem shrine in violence prompted by the installation of metal detectors at its entry point.

Protests in northern Morocco swell

Protests in northern Morocco swell

Police fire tear gas to scatter hundreds of protesters, part of the biggest wave of demonstrations in the kingdom since Arab Spring-inspired rallies in 2011.

Strong quake shakes Greece and Turkey

Strong quake shakes Greece and Turkey

A powerful earthquake shakes the Greek holiday island of Kos and the Turkish tourist hub of Bodrum.

Trending Collections

Pictures

Podcast