The Lebanese parliament will today vote on two proposed ideas for electoral reform ahead of an election scheduled for June.
Pakistanis go to the polls on Saturday and the former ruling party, the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) is having a tough fight holding onto power.
Libya's Defence minister Mohammed al-Bargathi resigned on Tuesday before withdrawing his resignation a few hours later. The move is over the siege of the ministries of justice and foreign ...
Pakistan’s 2013 election campaign began with both tragedy and farce.
The defendant accused of “anti-white racism” in a Paris court is white himself.
South Africa's Parliament has adopted a controversial Protection of State Information Bill granting public officials the right to classify information as secret.
Women in Uganda could be jailed or fined for wearing mini-skirts, under the terms of a new bill. The so-called Anti-Pornography Bill would criminialise what it describes as abetting pornography.
Marriage and money are the main topics in this morning's French front pages.
Today's the day for the solemn vote in the French National Assembly which will transform the controversial bill proposing marriage for everyone into a controversial law.
French lawmakers are expected to give their final approval to legalize same sex marriage and adoption this afternoon.