Demonstrators in the Hong Kong territorial town of Sheung Shui seized on another grievance following major unrest over an extradition bill.
Germany celebrated this week 25 years of having decriminalised homosexuality. Euronews takes a look at homosexuality laws across other many European countries.
At least 72 people were injured and taken to Hong Kong hospitals in the wake of massive protests Wednesday, with at least two of them in serious condition, according to the Hong Kong Hospital Authority.
Liviu Dragnea has been in the sights of anti-corruption campaigners for years in what his supporters claim are politically motivated proceedings. This week he finally ended up in prison.
The man who has become central in the right to die debate in France was due to begin deep sedation treatment on Monday 20 but a Paris court ruled treatment must continue, prolonging a 10-year legal battle.
Hundreds of LGBT rights supporters gathered outside Taiwan's parliament on Tuesday (May 14) demanding for their rights as the parliament votes on three proposed bills
Zelensky has pleaded guilty and was fined around €30.
A fierce critic of the Polish government, who is facing legal challenges from the country’s ruling party, has spoken out against what he believes are “politically motivated” efforts to silence him.
The "sexist outrages" law was passed in late September just weeks after a video of a man hitting a woman outside a Paris cafe shocked people around the world.
Lawmakers are pushing a measure that would ban the sale of all new fur products in the city.
On Tuesday, the European Parliament voted to provide increased protections for whistleblowers in the EU. Euronews spoke with former whistleblower Antoine Deltour to ask him what he thought of these new protections.
Julian Assange is embroiled in a war of words with the Ecuadorian government. The country's President Lenin Moreno has defended his decision to remove Mr Assange's asylum status claiming he 'violated his asylum conditions repeatedly'.
A new whistleblower directive was approved by EU negotiators on Tuesday in Strasbourg. But at a press conference, when asked whether Julian Assange was a whistleblower, the reply was "no comment".
In the wake of the New Zealand mosque shootings Australia brings in tough new laws on social media companies.
It was a multi-pronged attack on Bucharest.
People who spread what Russian authorities consider to be fake news or who show "disrespect" to the state will face tough new fines.
'He is a racist. He is a conman. He is a cheat.' Cohen on Trump
Dachas, traditionally a small summer cottages, have through the centuries become a real institution for Russia's mainly urban-dwelling population.
Quebec's immigration minister has tabled a bill that seeks to cancel 18,000 pending applications to the Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP) before August 2, 2018.
You don't get much more old school than the British Parliament. Shouting in the chamber, single file counting, Ayes and Noes - Euronews explains the creaking process.
The European Parliament has backed a plan to cut funds to member states that allow corruption.
On Tuesday, the Domestic Violence Act 2018 came into effect and included new protections for victims suffering from various forms of 'coercive control' in intimate relationships. The Act allows victims of abuse to apply for emergency barring orders lasting eight days.
New protests took place in Budapest on Friday night as Hungarians continue to oppose prime minister Viktor Orban's controversial 'slave law'
Protests took place inside and outside the Hungarian parliament as anger grows at new labour legislation that some are calling the "slave law".
Despite the ruling, the sexagenarian told Euronews he was feeling "great".
The United Arab Emirates is considering a request to grant clemency to British academic Matthew Hedges, who was sentenced to life in prison this week after being convicted of spying.