As of March 1, Finland will allow same-sex couples to marry, bringing to thirteen the number of European countries with marriage equality laws.
Finland's parliament has voted down a petition calling for a law allowing same-sex marriage to be scrapped.
The Romanian Constitutional Court has announced that it will refer questions to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in the case of a same-sex couple who wish to be recognised as spouses in Romania.
Despite overwhelming public approval, Germany still prohibits same-sex marriage. So why is the nation so behind on LGBT rights?
A mayor in a northern Italian town has refused to officiate a civil union - but says his actions aren't a "challenge" to the recently-passed law legalising same-sex unions.
Finland’s Evangelical Lutheran Church says it will only officiate at marriages for heterosexual couples.
Italy has become the last major Western country to legalise same-sex partnerships as a much-disputed law takes effect.
European Court of Human Rights has just ruled that the French courts did not discriminate on the grounds of sexual orientation, when French court declared a marriage between a same-sex couple to be not valid.
A Romanian group that campaigns to promote traditional family values called on lawmakers to change the constitution to ban same-sex marriage.
11 May is now a significant date for the Italian LGBTI movement. Their persistent advocacy work was rewarded today as the Italian Chamber of Deputies voted in favour of a civil union bill in a final vote.