An Italian DJ commits assisted suicide in Switzerland as MPs in Rome once again delay talks on a 'living will' law.
Euronews Editorial Project Manager Javier Villagarcía has lived and worked in Japan. Here he gives us his impression of how the country's working culture will be affected.
Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic join forces in critiquing food companies they accuse of selling inferior foods compared to richer EU nations
Russia’s supreme court has overturned the conviction of jailed opposition activist Ildar Dadin and ordered his release.
The vote to permit professional cultivation of the plant will allow the country's "coffee shops" which sell the drug openly, to have a legal source of supply.
In Brussels, there is increasing alarm over the Romanian government’s emergency decree, which critics say will reduce penalties for corruption.
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Britain's government has presented draft legislation to parliament, to enable the UK to trigger divorce proceedings from the European Union.
Italy’s Constitutional Court has modified a contested electoral law, in a move that could pave the way for early elections this year.
Italy’s Constitutional Court plays a regular part in Italian politics but the country’s new electoral law, or Italicum as its known, may give it a reduced role in…
The campaign group is sounding the alarm over "dangerously disproportionate" security measures adopted in 14 EU nations over the past two years.
The moves in Congress set in motion the process of dismantling the outgoing president's key health reform.
Amnesty International has criticised Slovenia over the government’s approval this week of a move enabling the country’s borders to be sealed to illegal migrants for a limited period if deemed…
Cédric Herrou faces an eight-month suspended sentence and driving restrictions for the aid he has given to African migrants.
The Colombian Congress has passed a law offering amnesty to thousands of FARC rebels laying down their arms.
Opposition MPs in Poland have vowed to continue their blockade of parliament in a bid to force a re-run of a disputed budget vote.
The polish parliament has approved a controversial bill favouring protests organised by the authorities and the church.
The UK's House of Commons this week passed a bill that obliges internet users to verify their age before viewing free online pornographic videos.
It’s the vote that could either plunge Italy into a fresh crisis and threaten its future in the eurozone, or hand the country a once-in-a-generation chance to streamline government and speed up…
Amnesty International says Rohingya Muslims are being “squeezed by the callous actions of both the Myanmar and Bangladesh authorities.
Opposition and rights groups have said the legislation could allow men accused of sexually abusing girls to avoid punishment.
The Italian authorities have been accused of a crackdown on unofficial sites while regulations restrict the number of registered places of worship.
A French court has rejected an attempt by a group of charities to block the imminent closure of the so-called “jungle” migrant camp in Calais.