The first beleaguered northern Iraqi Christians arrived in France on Thursday after being threatened by the al Qaeda-inspired militant group that has wrested control of the region.
Selahattin Demirtas could be called the Gezi Park candidate in Turkey’s presidential election.
Ugandan activists began their fight on Wednesday at the constitutional court in Kampala to have the country’s controversial anti-gay laws overturned.
Paris police on Friday banned a demonstration in solidarity with the Palestinians as Israel launched a ground offensive on the Gaza Strip.
France’s top administrative court has demanded the government to allow a former illegal immigrant back into the country so he can marry his French gay partner on Saturday.
Ginbot 7 opposition leader Andargachew Tsige has appeared on Ethiopian state television in prison following his extradition from Yemen.
Ethiopian opposition group Ginbot 7 have urged the UK government to do more to ensure the safety of an exiled Ethiopian opposition leader who was recently deported from Yemen to Ethiopia.
The European rights court on Tuesday rejected arguments that French outlawing full-face veils breaches religion freedom.
Turkey’s appeals court has scrapped a life sentence handed down to an academic who has fled to France.
An Algerian man could face three years in jail for allegedly filming police committing theft while they were supposed to be controlling rioting football fans.