The northern Italian city of Bologna is accustomed to firsts - it was the first western city to set up a university course, the first to abolish slavery and now, it has also become one of the first places in the world offering tours guided by homeless people.
Pope Francis' aide restored electricity for hundreds of people by crawling down a manhole in Rome.
Laws meant to protect the most vulnerable people in France have failed, says the UN's special rapporteur on housing.
The country's largest soup kitchen is organised by the Food for Life Foundation and has been delivering thousands of hot meals to those in need every year.
The 16th edition of the event ended on Sunday with joy for hosts Mexico, after their men’s and women’s sides were named winners.
The meals are being served at the Place de la Monnaie in Brussels to those in need of a hot meal as part of a Red Cross winter initiative.
At least three homeless people were arrested last week in Hungary after a law criminalising rough sleeping came into effect.
Hippolyte says the authorities, not him, should have been in the dock.
A ban to stop homeless people living on the streets or in wooded areas in Hungary will save lives, a state secretary has said. The new law went into effect on Monday.
The measure is part of a plan to create some 3,000 emergency night shelter places.
Portuguese singer-songwriter Susanna Silva used to sleep on the streets of London. Now, she is On The Road across Europe, performing concerts on the street and inside her mobile home.
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.
Activist squatters in Berlin have taken over vacant buildings in the city to protest rising house prices, homelessness and gentrification.
Dozens of royal wedding fans have descended on the town of Windsor, sleeping out in the open in the hope of scoring a front row seat for Saturday’s big event. But for some, sleeping on the streets is not a choice.
Hundreds of thousands of pounds could be paid out to rough sleepers who have been wrongly threatened with deportation by the Government.
At least one person has died and several others are missing after a 26-floor building in Brazil's largest city caught fire.