“Bhutan has never had a pride parade, and never will because it’s not just the queer community who fights for us, it’s everyone in the country.”
At this point, François Legault is just giving away the game.
Tuesday's heated inauguration of the first opposition-controlled Congress in Venezuela since President Hugo Chávez took office in 1999 suggested tense times ahead as the country's economy struggles.
Sunday's legislative election is a key test for both President Maduro and the ruling party's 16-year hold on power that has never faced as strong a challenge before.
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VICE was granted insider access to the group's planning and execution of a topless protest at Canada's National Assembly against a law that could restrict abortion access in the country.
As France’s parliament studies new public health legislation, the country’s deputies have moved to ban pro-anorexia websites and the use of unacceptably underweight models.
Rodolfo Gonzalez, dubbed 'The Aviator,' was an alleged operational chief in last year's Venezuela street protests. He apparently killed himself the night before he thought he'd be transferred to a general-population penitentiary.
Opponents of the bill say the proposed law is “euthanasia in sheep’s clothing,” but for euthanasia advocates, the bill does not go far enough.
Violence continues in Kinshasa as civilians protest a controversial bill that would delay an election until a national census and extend President Joseph Kabila's term.
Books were thrown and a shirt was ripped as Kenya's lawmakers battled it out on the house floor over the controversial new anti-terror legislation.
The Quebec media landscape has turned into a war involving old-fashioned media, small town politics, and two very powerful families peddling two very different political agendas.