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13 Jun 2021
The Israeli Knesset will vote on whether to send Benjamin Netanyahu into opposition after 12 years as prime minister. A new coalition would comprise eight parties from across the political spectrum.
23 May 2021
Politicians reiterated the country's "special responsibility" at a Berlin demonstration, which aimed to show solidarity with Israel and reject antisemitism. For some onlookers, the government response was "one-sided."
16 May 2021
As tensions in Israel heighten, two synagogues and a memorial site were vandalized in Germany. Lawmakers and religious leaders said the acts were "shameful" and called for greater protection of Jewish places of worship.
10 Apr 2021
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has responded to serious sexual abuse scandals among senior lawmakers by pledging sweeping reforms.
26 Mar 2021
The chief executives of Facebook, Twitter and Google have been accused of allowing the spread of dangerous conspiracy theories by not properly policing their platforms.
17 Mar 2021
Lawmakers wade into Banks, Telecom. operators' feud
9 Mar 2021
Lawmakers call for reopening of Aminu Kano International Airport
26 Feb 2021
Lawmakers in Virginia have voted to abolish the death penalty. The move marks the end of a long history of capital punishment in the state. Virginia currently has the highest number of executions in the United States. We take a closer look with FRANCE 24's Valérie Dekimpe.
20 Dec 2020
Lawmakers worldwide, especially women, are facing an "upward trend" of violence and intimidation, warns the International Parliamentary Union. Most of the 552 cases it examined involved abuse of opposition MPs.
9 Dec 2020
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8 Dec 2020
Insecurity: President Buhari to appear before lawmakers on Thursday
2 Dec 2020
In the United States, lawmakers of colour wonder whether Joe Biden will deliver on his vow to build a government that better reflects diversities. We also hear from 30 young people who spoke to a French newspaper about what it's like to grow up in the midst of a pandemic. Finally, we look at the unveiling of a statue in Britain which is set to receive a less-than-flattering welcome.

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Saudi Arabia's King Salman bin Abdulaziz has named his son and heir Prince Mohammed bin Salman as the kingdom's prime minister and his second son Prince Khalid as defense minister in a Cabinet reshuffle.
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As European countries turn to energy suppliers in Southeast Asia, driving up global prices, there are concerns that other developing countries are being forced to spend more on increasingly expensive LNG or coal.
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North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un has threatened to use nuclear weapons in the event of a military confrontation. The warning came as North Koreans marked 'Victory Day,' the 69th anniversary of the armistice that ended hostilities in the Korean War.
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As protests continue in Iran following the murder of a young woman by the "morality" police, Iranian dissident artist Parastou Forouhar is full of anger but has some optimism.
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Former Guinean dictator Moussa Dadis Camara and several co-defendants were detained Tuesday, a day before their trial opens for the 2009 stadium massacre, their lawyers said.