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Early results suggest that Swiss voters have rejected a proposal to give domestic laws precedence over international statutes, an outcome which critics said would compromise its global agreements and damage its economy.
Voters in New Caledonia have decided that the South Pacific islands should become remain as a French territory
People on the South Pacific island territory of New Caledonia go to the polls on Sunday to decide if they want to remain part of France or gain their independence.
A referendum was held on whether to change the law, which makes publishing or uttering a blasphemous comment punishable by a fine of 25,000 euros.
A referendum which sought to change Romania's constitution to make gay marriage less accessible has failed to meet the minimum turnout needed for the result to be valid.
Euronews took to the streets of Bucharest to ask people what they think about the vote, which could see the constitution amended to redefine marriage as being only between a man and a woman rather than “two spouses”.
Campaigners have hit out after senators in Romania backed calls for a referendum that could make it harder for gay marriage to be legalised.
"Let's face it, no one thinks this is going well!"
Co-founder of Our Future, Our Choice!, Femi Oluwole, explains why he's campaigning for a second vote on the Brexit referendum.
Campaigners for a vote on the final Brexit deal held a rally in Scotland on Saturday as a the founder of a fashion label donated over a million euros to the cause
The ex-foreign secretary and other Brexiteers say the government's plan would make the UK a "vassal state" of the EU, but critics say their push for total independence is unrealistic.
Best for Britain says people and businesses are suffering because of the uncertainty
Thousands of Irish people living abroad posted photos on Twitter as they travelled back to cast their votes in a contentious abortion referendum
Women are dominating the use of hashtags to repeal the abortion ban, while tweets linked to "No" tend to be from men.
Euronews spoke to two Irish women living abroad in Europe who will be travelling back for the vote on Friday.
Campaign criticised for exploiting vulnerable group for its own ends, and misrepresenting the argument to the Irish public.
Irish citizens will be asked on Friday if they wish to overhaul one of the world's most restrictive abortion regimes, that has long divided a once deeply Catholic nation.
Leave.EU exceeded the 2016 referendum's spending limit and failed to correctly report its funding.
Men have been filmed tearing down posters related to May's abortion referendum.
Irish citizens living abroad have been sharing details of their trips home for the May 25 vote under the hashtag #HomeToVote.
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