International Roma Day shines light on social inclusion and poverty issues
Linda Brown, the schoolgirl who became the focus of a 1954 lawsuit challenging segration in schools, has died aged 76
As Belgian citizens sign up to host migrants and refugees, some politicians are pushing for tougher deportation laws.
A draft bill says police should be allowed to search for and arrest unauthorised migrants in privacy homes.
And public opinion is split.
Headline-grabbing announcements regarding women's rights obscure the conflicts within families and throughout society over justice and the rule of law.
Activists say the semi-autonomous city risks losing its rights and freedoms under growing pressure from Beijing.
Excluding Switzerland, all fathers residing in European countries receive some form of leave but which offers the most?
The move follows recent pledges from President Beji Caid Essebsi to improve women's rights in the country
Protests have taken place in Los Angeles and more are expected across the US as young immigrants fight to keep protections President Donald Trump has
Pioneering comedian was among the first African-Americans to play for white audiences in the 1960s
Three years have past since Michael Brown, an unarmed black man was shot dead by a police officer in Ferguson . A powerful new documentary takes
The rise of “illiberal democracy” in Europe is typically centered on a leader who concentrates power by overriding – and in some cases eliminating – institutional checks and balances.
"We are increasingly reluctant to allow our own vision of civil liberties and human rights to shape our foreign policies, owing to the potential commercial costs."
A new exhibition of the art that came out of the American Civil Rights movement as well as the politics of black identity has opened at London's Tate modern museum.
The European Parliament's chief Brexit negotiator urges Britain to improve its offer for EU citizens - or face having it rejected.
Enis Berberoglu was accused of giving an opposition newspaper a video purporting to show Turkish intelligence services transporting weapons into Syria.
Critics say the move aims to crack down on dissent and to stigmatize as 'unpatriotic' those groups backed by Western donors such as George Soros.
This is the State of the Union, euronews’ weekly roundup of EU affairs.
A US reporter has hit out over claims he was arrested for asking a question to Donald Trump’s new health chief.
Speaking at an EU conference in Italy on Friday, chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said that member states must have reassurances that citizens affected by Britain’s withdrawal from the bloc will
A heterosexual couple in Britain have lost a court bid aimed at allowing them to enter into a civil partnership.
President Donald Trump's administration takes down an apology to the LGBTI community from the US State Department's official website
Europe’s top crime agency won plaudits and publicity for its novel way of trying to catch criminals.
Hungarian opposition journalists take shelter in homeless magazine, saying the government shut their newspaper down.
Rome has hosted its first ever same-sex civil union.
Switzerland will become the first country to hold a national vote on whether to introduce a Universal Basic Income (UBI).
The US president expresses "significant concern" over freedom of speech in Vietnam as a number of activists are prevented from meeting him.