A heterosexual couple in Britain have lost a court bid aimed at allowing them to enter into a civil partnership.
Taiwan's parliament has relaxed rules against same-sex marriage, with opponents and supporters demonstrating outside parliament.
It was possibly the most romantic moment of the Rio Olympics so far.
President asks Congress to change the constitution to guarantee adults the right to marry without restrictions based on gender, sexual preference or other reasons.
Italy is among EU countries out-of-touch with public opinion on gay rights, Euronews analysis of newly-published data reveals. It is one of three
Italy’s lower house of parliament has backed Prime Minister Matteo Renzi in a confidence vote called by the leader to force into law a bill on
A US state governor is vowing to block a controversial, so-called religious freedom bill. Under it, no pastor in Georgia can be forced to perform a
Full equality was the demand of tens of thousands in Rome on Saturday, protesting that a bill to allow civil unions for gay and lesbian couples
Italy’s Senate has voted to legally recognise civil unions, as the last holdout in Western Europe took a compromise step to give some rights to
The Italian Senate has approved a much-opposed civil partnerships bill after the government used a confidence motion
The country's Senate has approved a bill on the issue by 173 to 71 votes.
A mass rally was held in Rome on Saturday in defence of the traditional family, as Italy debates whether to grant legal recognition and limited
Every child should be raised by a mum and a dad? Try telling that to Rome-based gay couple Marco Puccioni and Giampietro Preziosa, who are bringing
The long-awaited debate on the rights for unmarried heterosexual and homosexual couples
Thousands have taken to the streets of Italy in favour of same-sex civil unions. Their chosen slogan was “Wake up Italy, it’s time to be civilised,”
China officially says goodbye to its one-child policy. The country signed a bill on Sunday allowing all married couples to have a second child from
Greek lawmakers have voted to extend civil partnership agreements to same-sex couples with 193 of the country’s 300 parliamentarians supporting the
A county in the American state of Kentucky has begun issuing marriage licences to same-sex couples, after they had been blocked by the county clerk’s
The European Court of Human Rights has condemned Italy for failing to provide adequate legal protection for same-sex couples. Italy is the only
Twenty gay couples took part in a mass wedding on a beach on Friday in the Mexican resort city of Acapulco. The governor of Guerrero state, Rogelio
The White House went rainbow to mark an historic day for the gay rights movement in the United States. The Supreme Court has ruled that same-sex
In a momentous day for the rights of minorities the US Supreme Court has ruled that the US Constitution upholds the rights of same-sex couples to
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Every week, journalists from the various language teams at euronews spot stories from Europe and beyond which did not reach the international front
The result of Ireland’s referendum on same-sex marriage has become official: an overwhelming “yes”. Celebrations began in Dublin and elsewhere as it
Ireland looks to have said an overwhelming “yes” to same-sex marriage in the country’s referendum – according to both supporters and opponents of the
The votes are in and counting has started in Ireland in the country’s referendum on gay marriage. It is the first time a popular vote has been used
It would have been unthinkable just a few years ago in this most Catholic of countries, but Ireland appears to be on the brink of authorising gay
Ireland might be the first country in the world to approve same-sex marriage via a popular vote. The Emerald Isle, predominately Catholic, is