Protesters against India's controversial new citizenship law continued to gather in strength across all major Indian cities on Friday
Airtel and Vodafone India say they were told to shut down mobile and internet coverage in parts of capital in a bid to quell protests
Officers using tear gas and batons tried to contain thousands of demonstrators who gathered near a university in Delhi.
Euronews looks at the bill and the controversies surrounding it as protests rage in the South Asian nation.
The small Mediterranean island has had a citizenship for investment scheme since 2013 allowing wealthy non-European individuals to get a foothold in the European Union for a minimum of €2.15 million.
More than 1.3 million of the estimated 3.6 million EU citizens residing in Britain have applied to the Settlement Scheme, British government figures show.
The British government has stated that the people of Northern Ireland remain British citizens even if they identify as Irish, and are using this policy as a way to restrict and remove the EU rights and entitlements of Northern Ireland-born Irish citizens.
UK citizens living in EU worried that UK's immediate cut of free movement will provoke a backlash by member states, citizens campaign group British in Europe told Euronews.
For our Brits in Europe series, Euronews interviewed Helen Mallburn who lives permanently in France but travels regularly for her work. She said that without freedom of movement, she will lose half of her income.
EU citizens living in the UK dismiss government assurances over their rights in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
A quarter of people acquiring citizenship in the EU were Moroccans, Albanians, Indians, Turks, and Pakistanis.
The woman's naturalisation application was rejected because she was found to be in breach of working time legislation. Authorities estimated she worked a monthly average of 271 hours in 2018
Analysis: Democratic-leaning constituencies celebrated Trump's capitulation on the citizenship question as a big political loss for the president who'd pushed so hard for its inclusion.
The Trump Administration notified a federal judge Friday that government lawyers are looking at "all available options" for adding a citizenship question to the 2020 census form that goes to every U.S. household.
The president's comments come as the administration is trying to figure out a way to include the question.
Over 71% of voters approved amending the constitution to allow for dual citizenship with 43 countries including EU member states and the US but excluding Russia.
In an open letter to Home Secretary Sajid Javid, campaigner Emma DeSouza calls on the UK government to uphold the rights of Northern Ireland-born Irish citizens, something it is duty-bound to do as a guarantor of the Good Friday Agreement.
British authorities have revoked the UK citizenship of 19-year-old Shamima Begum, who abandoned Britain in 2015 so she could join Islamic State
With no arrangement yet in place for when the UK departs the EU, Euronews looks at what a no-deal scenario means for the rights of Brits living in the bloc and Europeans living in the UK.
EU nationals in the UK and Britons in Europe have been given reassurances – but campaigners say rights will disappear and questions remain unanswered.
A foreign person can now acquire Turkish citizenship if they invest $250,000 in real estate — $1 million was previously needed.
Theresa May called EU citizens who have made their home in the UK "queue jumpers". Being vilified in their adopted country by the Prime Minister has left many feeling angered - and more like strangers in their own home.
Recipients are believed to have paid up to €5,000 for the passports.
While some European ministers dial up the anti-immigration rhetoric, criminals and the corrupt are abusing Golden Visa schemes to gain the right to live in the EU, writes Transparency International's Carl Dolan.
Watch: Six people hung from ropes above Toronto's CN Tower before their Canadian citizenship ceremony.
How easy is it to become a citizen of the European country you live in? Euronews takes a look at some of the quirkiest, and toughest, ordeals candidates will face.