Chileans celebrate on the streets after they voted overwhelmingly in a landmark referendum on Sunday to replace their dictator-era constitution, long seen as underpinning the nation's glaring economic and social inequalities.
Chilean police used water cannons and pepper spray to disperse protesters gathered at Santiago's iconic Plaza Italia square.
The European Union has cautioned that 'a lot of work' remains if there is to be any Brexit deal by the October 31 deadline.
France's Constitutional Court rules that "fraternity" protects a French farmer who was convicted of providing aid to migrants
Fidesz MP Istvan Bajkai hopes homelessness in Hungary will become a thing of the past if his proposed law change is approved by the government.
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.