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Pension reform protests in France after parliamentary vote bypassed
Workers, unions and opposition politicians have staged widespread protests in France after the country's president and prime minister used a constitutional clause to force pension reform plans through parliament.
Historic first: Every country in the world now has women in parliament
While women's parliamentary representation is growing, experts say it will take decades before reaching gender parity.
Economy, Ukraine war top campaign issues in Estonia general election
Polling stations opened on Sunday for the final day of voting in Estonia, on an election day from which the incumbent prime minister, the centrist liberal Kaja Kallas, is expected to emerge as the winner.
Thousands of Israelis strike in protest against a judicial reform
Tens of thousands gathered in front of the Israeli Parliament protesting against the government's controversial planned judicial reform, chanting "No to judicial reform, save Israeli democracy".
Monaco election: explore the principality's unique political system
Second smallest state in the world, Monaco, will go to the polls on Sunday to choose new lawmakers.
Senator asks for inquiry into 1983 disappearance of 'Vatican Girl'
The unresolved disappearance of Vatican resident Emanuela Orlandi has captured the imagination of Romans and Italians alike for four decades.
Migrant rights petition handed to Spanish parliament
A petition with over 700,000 signatures has been handed to the Spanish parliament calling on it to enable migrants already in the country to work and receive healthcare.
Turkish opposition lawmaker hospitalised after brawl in parliament
MPs came to blows on Tuesday during a tense debate about next year's budget.
Germany's parliament recognises Ukraine's 1930s famine as 'genocide'
Germany has recognised the 1930s famine in Soviet Ukraine which killed millions under Joseph Stalin as a "genocide".
Sunak favourite to be named new UK PM as Johnson bounces back
Will Johnson stage a comeback? Or will the UK premiership go to someone else?
Watch: Earthquakes hit parliament... during quake insurance debate
The first tremor drew a smile from MPs, while the second halted the session.
Supporters of Muqtada al-Sadr are asked to leave the Iraqi parliament.
Supporters of cleric Muqtada al-Sadr camped out inside the Baghdad-based Iraqi parliament for the fifth consecutive day on Wednesday.
Sadr supporters mass inside Iraqi parliament
Supporters of Iraqi cleric Moqtada Sadr, protesting against a rival bloc's nomination for prime minister, gather and perform prayers inside Iraq's parliament in the capital Baghdad's high-security Green Zone, a day after storming it.
Pro-Sadr protesters occupy Iraq parliament again
Supporters of powerful Iraqi cleric Moqtada Sadr penetrated Baghdad's heavily fortified "Green Zone" and occupied parliament in a deepening political crisis.
Peruvians protest during Castillo's message to the nation
Hundreds of supporters and opponents of Peru's President Pedro Castillo protest near the Congress of the Republic in the capital Lima, as the president delivers a speech to mark his first year in office.
Pro-Sadr protesters rally inside Iraqi parliament
Supporters of powerful Iraqi cleric Moqtada Sadr storm parliament in the capital's high-security Green Zone.
How do EU member state parliaments compare on gender equality?
The share of women MPs and ministers is increasing in a majority of Member States. However, parity has not yet been achieved.
Queen, 96, won't attend parliament due to 'episodic mobility problems'
The Prince of Wales will read the queen’s speech on her majesty’s behalf.
Ukrainians living in Greece mobilise to support Kyiv
On Thursday, people gathered outside the Athens parliament as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy addressed Greek lawmakers via video link.
Climate activists paint Spanish parliament the colour of blood
Scientists' Rebellion activists throw red paint on the Spanish Parliament to demand climate action.