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.
The US president expresses "significant concern" over freedom of speech in Vietnam as a number of activists are prevented from meeting him.
Reverend Jesse Jackson has devoted his life to civil rights activism in the US and has made various forays into diplomacy. Euronews reporter Joanna
American civil rights activist Julian Bond has died at the age of 75. Bond co-founded the Student Nonviolent Co-ordinating Committee in the 1960s
The NAACP has launched a 40-day march across the US South on Saturday (August 1) with a rally in Selma, Alabama, aiming to draw on that city’s
France’s top court ruled it was possible to strip a Moroccan-born man convicted on terror charges of his French nationality, paving the way for more
A court In Italy has recognized the legal status of a child born to a gay couple.
The ruling challenges the country’s stance on marriage being
The French city of Marseille has been forced to back down over ID cards designed to help the homeless but which caused a storm of protest from
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“I know that the European elections are coming up later this May. I was wondering how else I could make my voice heard in the EU?”
Folk music pioneer Pete Seeger has died aged 94, his family has confirmed.
The artist, who was known for his protest songs and enjoyed a career
The Reverend Jesse Jackson was a trailblazer for a black politicians like Barack Obama and a symbol of the political power – or sometimes
Martin Luther King’s iconic “I have a dream” speech 50 years ago acted as a catalyst for the civil rights movement in the United States, a movement
The respect of our basic rights has become a top priority for many Europeans, and something that was supposed to strengthen those freedoms was the