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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.
Bahrain bars opposition lawmakers from contesting in elections
Bahrain’s Council of Representatives has approved a new legislation, preventing members of dissolved political parties from taking part in the country’s parliamentary and municipal elections later this year.
French lawmakers banned from wearing religious symbols
Under the change approved late Wednesday, members of the National Assembly must avoid “the wearing of conspicuous religious symbols, uniforms, logos or commercial messages or political slogans.”
US government workers stay home without pay as shutdown continues
Hundreds of thousands of employees of the US government are forced to stay home without pay on Monday as Republican lawmakers failed to reach a deal with Democrats on ending a government shutdown.
US lawmakers table bill meant to ‘tighten’ terms of Iran nuclear deal
US lawmakers have put forward a bill at the House of Representatives, seeking to “tighten” the term of a 2015 multinational nuclear deal with Iran, despite international warnings for Washington to stop attempts to undermine the accord.
Afghan lawmakers approve 11 cabinet nominees, reject one after months of stalemate
Afghanistan's parliament has approved nearly a dozen nominees for ministerial posts after months of deadlock in the embattled unity government.
Key US lawmakers back enforcing Iran nuclear deal, not ending it
Two key US lawmakers in Congress say Washington should work with allies to strictly enforce the Iran nuclear deal rather than pull out of the agreement.
Iranian lawmakers touring Louvre Museum in Paris
Parliament Vice-Speaker Ali Motahari touring the Louvre Museum in Paris on September 22, 2017, during a visit to France.
Uganda postpones legislation to extend president’s term
Ugandan lawmakers have postponed a bill to extend President Yoweri Museveni's rule after protesters clashed with police in Kampala.
Texas lawmakers, protesters clash over immigration
The Texas House of Representatives has become the scene of clashes between lawmakers and a group of protesters who objected to the state’s adoption of US President Donald Trump’s so-called “sanctuary cities” anti-immigration directive.

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