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The draft amendment has drawn sharp criticism from human rights groups who say it is an attack against the LGBT community.
Four more students have been charged in the investigation into the murder of French history teacher Samuel Paty, who was beheaded on October 16 after showing cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed to his class.
Even if the EU and UK succeed in striking a post-Brexit deal, a new race against time will begin to ratify it before the transition period expires.
Abiy Ahmed, last year's Nobel Peace Prize winner, ordered the federal troops to move on Mekelle after weeks of fighting in the semi-autonomous region.
Elena Pagu, 94, who only began jogging in her late 50s, wants to take part in the European Master Athletics Indoor Championships in Portugal.
Turkey changes course: Ankara looks to rebuild ties as domestic woes mount
Robot surgery is burgeoning across Europe and the wider world, with one UK-built surgical robot now completing more than 1,000 operations.
Although the Italian government says it won't make a COVID-19 vaccine compulsory - there is growing hesitation among Italians over its safety.
A dosing error may have contributed to the "highly effective" results of the AstraZeneca and Oxford University coronavirus vaccine.
Kylie Moore-Gilbert was sentenced to 10 years in prison on disputed espionage charges, but was released early in exchange for three Iranians held abroad.
President Donald Trump pardoned his former national security adviser Michael Flynn, despite him pleading guilty twice about lying to the FBI.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen urged members states on Wednesday to get ready to roll out vaccination campaigns before the end of the year.
Dutch judges have rejected a defence lawyer's request for more time to investigate alternative scenarios into the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 in July 2014.
The legislation would make it illegal to share images of police officers for "malicious purposes".
"As a doctor, I see a lot of very distressed people coming into my office," he said. "The way the government and politicians talk about the virus is making people anxious and that's a big problem."
More migrants arrived in the first two weeks of November - 5,275 - than in the last four years combined. And more than 250 people are known to have died or gone missing trying to reach the islands so far this year, according to the IOM.
The bodies of dead and buried mink in western Denmark have naturally resurfaced at a mass grave due to putrefaction gases.