Colombia's President Alvaro Uribe has been re-elected in a landslide election victory, taking 62% of the vote, the country's electoral commission says. Mr Uribe, who changed the constitution so he could run for a second term, wins another four years in office.
Correspondents say his tough policies against drugs and militants paid off.
There was no major violence on election day, after huge numbers of security forces were deployed, and Farc rebels pledged not to interfere.
President George W Bush called Mr Uribe, who is Washington's main ally in Latin America, to congratulate him.