Ugandan activists began their fight on Wednesday at the constitutional court in Kampala to have the country’s controversial anti-gay laws overturned.
France’s Socialist government is to make another climbdown in the face of right-wing family-values campaigners with the scrapping of a gender-equality programme in the country’s ...
How far Sunday’s Front National victory was actually a real vote for their policies and leader is hard to decipher.
The Ugandan president has signed a controversial anti-homosexuality bill into law. Under the act, gays could be jailed for life.
The mayor of Toulouse has taken legal action to pursue the authors of racist and homophobic graffiti that appeared on Sunday night.
French president François Hollande will not go to the winter olympics opening ceremony in Russia, nor will any top officials, said Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius on Sunday.
A far-right paper in France has caused uproar with a headline comparing Guyanese-born Justice Minister Christiane Taubira to a monkey.
The high-profile leader of protests against France's gay marriage law, Frigide Barjot, is to be evicted from the 173-square-metre flat in central Paris that she and her husband rent from the city council.
Lawyer Patrick Klugman representing Femen activists in their Paris trial for charges of damaging the Notre Dame cathedral has requested more information over violence perpetuated against his ...
Three months after France legalised gay marriage and adoption, opponents continue to protest the law and the Socialist government that created it.