Legislators from the two main political parties threw furniture at one another during a debate on electoral reform in Freetown, the country's capital.
Seyyed Nizamuddin Mousavi, spokesman of the Islamic Council's Presidium, refuted reports that officials were pushing for protesters to face the death penalty.
Prince Harry's eligibility to act as Counsellor of State and regent for the monarch could change after legislation was questioned in Parliament.
The monarch and Sunak participated in the official "kissing hands" ceremony at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday morning.
The U.K. Prime Minister lasted just 44 days in office after losing the support of her party and the British people.
King Charles III was reported to police by an anti-monarchy group who now want to challenge a legal principle that as U.K. sovereign he cannot be prosecuted.
Prince Harry met the world leader Meghan Markle showered with praise for the large number of female leaders in the country's Parliament during a 2015 speech.
A proposal for the Scottish National Party's conference also calls for reparative justice and a museum on slavery in Glasgow.
At least 26 ministers have resigned, making it the largest mass ministerial resignation in modern British history.
In order for a no-confidence vote to be passed, more than 180 lawmakers would have to vote "no confidence" in the prime minister.
The 96-year-old monarch was spotted at the Royal Windsor Horse Show on Friday after "episodic mobility problems" forced her to pull-out of opening parliament.
Queen Elizabeth II's crown was driven to Parliament in its own car as Prince Charles outlined the Government's plans to tackle the soaring cost of living.
Queen Elizabeth II will not deliver her annual speech to Parliament leading some to suggest the end of her reign may be approaching through a regency.
The list of votes against the application included both far-right and far-left populists, with some saying there was no military solution to the war.
Only one-third of Bulgaria's population is vaccinated, making it the least vaccinated country in the European Union.
Johnson apologized for the first time Wednesday, acknowledging attending the event for the first time.
The main chamber of the National Assembly building, where the country's Parliament sits, was destroyed in the fire, while other buildings saw extensive damage.
A man was arrested in connection to a fire that tore through South Africa's National Assembly building Sunday that firefighters were still working on Monday.
"Mothers in the mother of all parliament are not to be seen or heard it seems," said Labour MP Stella Creasy.
Opposition to the Kremlin says supporters of the United Russia party are stuffing the ballot boxes, accusations supported by security footage.
"I can only accept the consequences of this judgment as the minister with ultimate responsibility," Foreign Minister Sigrid Kaag said.
Members of Parliament unanimously passed a motion from the New Democratic Party in the House of Commons on Friday, less than a week after a driver mounted a sidewalk and plowed into a family on a walk in London, Ontario.
A Tanzanian member of Parliament was ushered out of a government meeting after a male colleague complained that her black pants were "too tight." Dress codes for women have been highly fought against for decades.
Fiame Naomi Mata'afa's Faith, of the One True God (FAST) Party, won the country's April 9th democratic election by a narrow margin.
Tributes have been flooding in for the boy, including from lawmakers and his favorite soccer team, Liverpool FC.
The dance was prompted during an exchange about indigenous rights.
Members of Canada's Parliament unanimously approved a motion to "immediately" designate the white supremacy group Proud Boys as a "terrorist entity" on Monday.
Italians overwhelmingly voted to approve a constitutional amendment this week which reduces the number of lawmakers in both chambers of its national parliament by one-third.
Religious freedom is under siege in Europe.