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Western lawmakers call for 'free elections' in Bahrain
The government of Bahrain has come under fire by Western lawmakers against the backdrop of a ban on an opposition party from contesting the upcoming elections in the Arab country.
Report: Timewasting targeted by football lawmakers
Timewasting is to be tackled by football's lawmaking body the International Football Association Board (IFAB), British daily The Times reported on Friday.
EU lawmakers to back 35 percent CO2 cut for trucks by 2030: sources
EU lawmakers are expected to back a 35 percent cut in carbon dioxide emissions from new trucks by 2030, EU sources said ahead of a vote on Thursday over new rules that seek to fight global warming without harming industry.
Iraq lawmakers move presidential vote to second round
A parliamentary vote for a new Iraqi president has gone to a runoff after no candidate received a two-third majority.
Zimbabwe opposition lawmakers walk out of President Mnangagwa address
Zimbabwean opposition lawmakers walked out of President Emmerson Mnangagwa's state of the nation address to parliament on Tuesday, signalling their lingering bitterness after losing a disputed July 30 presidential and parliamentary election.
Indian lawmakers toughen penalties for sex offenses
Indian lawmakers have toughened penalties for sex offenses with brutal attacks against minors younger than 12 years of age becoming punishable by death.
Democratic senators call on Trump not to meet Putin one-on-one
A group of top Democratic Party lawmakers in the US Senate have warned President Donald Trump against a one-on-one meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, ahead of a planned summit between the two Finland.
Italy's coalition lawmakers support failed EU motion
European Union lawmakers from the two parties forming Italy’s new government coalition backed this week a rejected proposal to set up EU funds to help countries quit the euro, a sign of the Italian leadership’s ambivalent position on the common currency.
UK lawmakers: Facebook has not fully answered questions on data privacy
Facebook has failed to fully answer 39 questions from British lawmakers examining data privacy and fake news, a parliamentary committee said on Tuesday, adding that it would ask the social media giant once again for the missing details.
US lawmakers warn Turkey over Russian missiles
US lawmakers take the first step to temporarily freeze US arms sales to Turkey, warning the NATO member over the potential purchase of a Russian weapons system.
Florida lawmakers pass gun control bill, defying gun lobby
The Florida state legislature in the US has passed legislation that would impose new restrictions on gun sales and allow some teachers and staff to carry firearms in schools following last month’s high school massacre.
Catalan lawmakers to appoint leader on March 12
Catalonia's parliament will convene on March 12 to appoint a new regional president, with jailed separatist Jordi Sanchez the only candidate, the assembly said Tuesday.
Armed teachers in schools? N.Y. lawmakers want to ban it
Democrats in the state Senate are proposing a ban on allowing teachers to carry guns in schools as a way to thwart any potential changes in federal law.

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