Heinz Buschkowsky is a poassionate left-wing politician and the mayor of the Berlin district of Neukölln, which has a large immigrant population.
The UK region's strict abortion law has been changed after politicians in London stepped in to end decades of discrimination against women there. The legislation is from 1861, and will cease to be law from Tuesday.
An organizational snafu between two of Germany’s highest-profile politicians overshadowed new policy goals in Africa and fueled speculation of what is to come in a post-Merkel era.
To help switch from analogue to digital TV, Zambia did a deal with a Chinese media conglomerate. Now, Zambian media owners are complaining that locals can watch Chinese kung fu movies but have limited local programming.
Extinction Rebellion is demanding politicians step aside and let the people decide on climate action. Could citizens' assemblies be a democratic tool fit for the scale of the crisis?
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