Citizens' rights groups the3million and British in Europe say they are exploring a legal challenge after thousands of EU citizens in the UK and UK citizens abroad say they were denied the right to vote in the EU elections Thursday.
Does increasing electoral system proportionally actually cause more responsive policymaking? If it does, do the benefits of a reform outweigh possible side effects?
Our profile of Guy Verhofstadt, one of the hopefuls to replace Jean-Claude Juncker after May's European Parliament elections.
First time voters and the influence of a new party are likely to change the political landscape in the upcoming Spanish general election. There are around 35 million eligible voters, with just over a million young people who could go to the polls for the first time. They have a new set of concerns.
The UK is almost certain to take part in the vote to elect MEPs in May, after the Brexit process was extended to October.
See a profile of the European Left's candidate for European Council president here.
EU Elections 2019: Who is Ska Keller? And what does she stand for?
Elections provoke heated debate in Ukrainian society, and opinions often divide families and the closest of friends. Yet sometimes they bring families back together as voters travel back to their birthplace to cast their ballots.
MPs fail to gain support for any alternative path to Theresa May's Brexit deal in a second round of indicative votes.
MPs are due a second ‘meaningful vote’ on the EU-UK exit deal. If it’s defeated again then more votes could lead to Brexit being delayed.
Euronews takes a look at the voter registration deadlines for the European Parliament elections.
The British prime minister is promising measures to help protect workers’ rights, to try to win opposition support for the UK-EU exit deal.
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the first direct European Parliament election of June 1979.
It comes as the British Prime Minister Theresa May tries to gain support for her Brexit deal in the Commons on Tuesday.
UK Conservative Party MPs from both sides of the Brexit divide hope their new plan can break the deadlock and pave the way to an orderly exit from the EU.
A European Parliament called for greater transparency from MEPs over a €4,416-a-month sum given to them no questions asked, on Thursday.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is talking up her immigration plans under the new Brexit deal at the CBI conference in London.
Voters in New Caledonia have decided that the South Pacific islands should become remain as a French territory
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.
Donald Trump has apologised to Brett Kavanaugh for the "pain and suffering" caused to him by sexual misconduct allegations, which the President has dismissed as a politically-motivated "hoax"
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”.
As people go to vote in the presidential elections in Brazil on Sunday, in between the controversies and scandals, most of them worry about being without a job with 13 million people out of work
As Russia votes in this year's parliamentary and regional elections on September 9, the imminent victory of Vladimir Putin's ruling United Russia party might be tarnished by nation's outrage over highly unpopular pension reform.
"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.
It's the run-off presidential election between the incumbent Ibrahim Boubacar Keita and his opposition challenger Soumalia Cissé. It's despite a surge in ethnic and militant violence during Keita's time in office and violence in July's election
The incumbent Ibrahim Boubacar Keita is expected to beat the opposition challenger Somalia Cisse for a second five-year term amid accusations of voting fraud and the threat of violence