French President Emmanuel Macron said he was open to adding a specific mention of Corsica in the French Constitution, but rejected other demands by the island's nationalist leaders
Spain's Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy says imposing direct rule on Catalonia is the 'only response' to its push for independence.
Catalan leader calls for dialogue in response to the Spanish prime minister's deadline, under threat of the region's autonomy being suspended.
Milestone for women in Chile as constitutional court backs law easing abortion restrictions
Sacked White House national security advisor, Michael Flyyn has refused to hand over files to the Senate Intelligence Committee.
There is anger on the streets of Paraguay, with protesters again gathering outside the Congress.
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…
339 MPs voted in favour of giving more executive power to the country's president, 142 were against, with no abstentions
No ban for Neo-Nazi NPD
Turkey’s parliament has given preliminary approval to a new constitution which will increase the powers of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
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.
PM Renzi says 'yes' vote will boost economy
Euronews discusses the reasons to support Italy's Matteo Renzi's constitutional reform
Catalonia's parliament voted in favour of holding a referendum on independence in September 2017.
The constitutional amendment proposed by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán will be presented to parliament by Monday (October 10).
Hungary is holding a referendum over the EU’s controversial refugee quotas on Sunday, October 2.
In Venezuela, further protests have been held against President Nicolas Maduro’s rule, though far smaller than the huge opposition march seen earlier this month.
Donald Trump has once again skirted a fine line with his latest jab at Hillary Clinton.
The Brazilian senate is due to vote on Wednesday on whether to impeach the president. If senators vote in favour, Dilma Rousseff will be suspended