The campaign for Armenia's former Foreign Minister Raffi Hovannisian said it filed an appeal in court Monday challenging the results of last month's election.
Same-sex couples in Spain are now eligible for widow's or widower's pensions, the country's Constitutional Court ruled.
Opposition figures in Egypt said they are alarmed that the government has released a date for elections even though election-law terms remain in dispute.
Children of sperm donors have the right to know the identity of their fathers, a regional appeals court in Hamm, Germany, ruled.
French President Francois Hollande earned acclaim for his strike into Mali to crush militants but domestic problems have crept back onto French national agenda.
Former Czech Prime Minister Milos Zeman has won the Czech Republic's presidential election with 55 percent in a second round of polling, officials said.
The German government is weighing whether to join a move to ban a neo-Nazi organization, the National Democratic Party, officials say.
The Egyptian courts are the guardians of the country's constitution and the rule of law, the head of the constitutional court said Tuesday.
Officials said Egypt's cabinet is rushing to pass the draft law regulating parliamentary elections before the deadline next week.
A bid to impeach Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov hit a roadblock Wednesday when a conservative party withdrew its support in Sofia.