Yatsenyuk called for politicians to respect his record as prime minister.
Britain is slated to stop using traditional vellum to record legislation.
Anat Berko was called an "idiot" by fellow lawmakers after her controversial comments.
Magomed Daudov said his leader's dog hates "hypocrites" and its "teeth itch."
The Republican candidate's controversial comments about Muslims sparked a petition to exclude him from the country.
There is speculation that the left-winger may promote allies and demote opponents.
David Cameron called Trump's plans "divisive, stupid, and wrong"
Tornado bombers took off from an air base in Cyprus and made strikes on targets in Syria.
The law allows prison guards a wide range of measures to subdue inmates for disobeying rules.
The low turnout highlighted growing disillusionment since the army seized power in 2013.
One national guardsman was killed and 90 people were injured.
Tens of thousands gather to oppose legislation allowing the military to fight overseas.
"Newsweek" was there on the day of Queen Elizabeth II's coronation.
The Spanish parliament passed the bill despite disapproval from all 14 opposition parties.
The House of Lords passed the bill despite threats of legal action from tobacco companies.
In a heated exchange, Ed Miliband said David Cameron was making "pathetic, feeble excuses".
Former foreign secretaries Jack Straw and Malcolm Rifkind offered their services to a fake Chinese company.
An extraordinary letter, addressed to major European bodies, compares the Ukraine crisis to WW2.
A new proposed counterterrorism policy incorporates teachers at nurseries, schools and universities into state-spying apparatus.
Part of Ireland's €30 billion austerity drive will introduce direct charges on households for water use next year
The protests have been met by plenty of authoritarian rhetoric from the government
"Our parliament is not a pub, it is a workplace," declared the Victoria Labour leader