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The iconic 4,478m mountain peak will no longer feature in the chocolate bars' packaging, as Toblerone has lost its 'Swissness'.
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Spain approves new law allowing people to freely change gender from 16
Lawmakers in Spain have approved a so-called ‘transgender law' that allows people from 16 years old to change their gender markers through self-declaration.
Pornography in France: A new initiative to block access for minors
"2023 is the end of access to pornographic sites for our children," said Jean-Noël Barrot, the French Minister for Digital Affairs.
Why are people protesting against Spain’s new animal rights bill?
Pet shops and hunting with dogs are two targets of the new bill.
Protestors march in Lisbon to defend law against animal abuse
Animal rights defenders marched in Lisbon on Saturday against claims the country's pet protection law is unconstitutional.
One million in the streets against pension reform in France
At least 1.1 million people protested on the streets of Paris and other French cities Thursday amid nationwide strikes against plans to raise the retirement age.
'Attack on democracy' as London overrules Scottish gender law
This is the first time the UK government has used its legal powers to block a law that was previously passed by the Scottish parliament in Edinburgh.
Designer Thom Browne defeats Adidas over stripe trademark
The New York designer was victorious in the latest humiliating defeat for Adidas over its design.
9 surprising laws to be aware of when driving in Europe
Avoid getting fined on the road by following these laws - from carrying a spare pair of glasses to having a fire extinguisher at the ready.
New Zealand imposes lifetime ban on young people buying cigarettes
An annually rising legal smoking age aims to prevent the next generation from ever being able to buy cigarettes.
Where in Europe is assisted dying legal?
Portugal's parliament has again voted to decriminalise euthanasia, and France is debating it. How do laws on assisted suicide compare across Europe?
Pre-marital sex ban sends shockwaves among Bali digital nomads
The new laws - which take effect in three years - will apply to locals and tourists alike, with a punishment of up to one year in prison.
How will Indonesia’s ban on sex outside marriage impact tourists?
New ‘morality’ laws apply to Indonesians and foreigners alike.
From museums to books: How Russia's anti-LGBT laws will impact culture
Russia's first queer museum closes its door after Putin approves anti-LGBTQ laws
Same-sex partners better protected in US and Japan
Tokyo court ruled 'unconstitutional' Japan's failure to protect same-sex partners just after the US Senate passed legislation Tuesday to protect same-sex marriages.
What are Qatar’s entry requirements for fans heading to the World Cup?
From alcohol laws to fan IDs, you could be caught out if you don’t read up before you go.
Stop fossil fuel firms suing countries in ‘secretive’ cases, urge NGOs
Almost 400 civil society organisations are calling for an end to the Investor-State Dispute Settlement system.
Is Spain's new rape law reducing jail sentences of sex offenders?
A number of sex offenders have seen their jail sentences reduced after a new, stricter rape law came into effect last month.
View: EU approval of the new Energy Charter Treaty is bound to fail
UN Special Rapporteur Oliver De Schutter explains why he thinks the EU needs to quit an agreement that protects the interests of the fossil fuel industry.