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Brussels police bring defamation case against black MEP Herzberger-Fofana over racism complaint
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Post-Brexit trade: Row over state aid as face-to-face talks resume in Brussels
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EU considers ban on U.S. travelers: report
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Get ready for no-deal Brexit, Germany warns EU
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Black EU lawmaker reports Belgian police violence
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Boris Johnson: UK and EU not that far off on trade talks
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Brussels councillor urges debate on statue of colonizer king
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10,000 Black Lives Matters protesters take to streets of Brussels
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Brussels restaurants and bars count the cost of a long lockdown as they reopen
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Barnier: UK are backtracking on Brexit declaration
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UK ‘firm’ against extension of Brexit transition period, says chief negotiator
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MEPs call for 'decisive action' over rule of law in Poland
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EU state aid: Brussels should review rules 'to help European firms compete with US and China'
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UK announces new post-Brexit global tariff regime
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European Parliament's UK trade negotiator concerned about slow progress in Brexit talks
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Black EU lawmaker says victim of police violence in BrusselsA black European Union lawmaker said on Wednesday she was a victim of "extremely traumatic" police violence outside a Brussels railway station, and lodged a complaint against Belgian police.
Low expectations as Johnson joins EU leaders to break Brexit deadlockBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson will join a video-conference with EU leaders on Monday, keen to make headway in negotiations on a future EU-UK relationship, but officials in Brussels expect no..
A (cancelled) plane, train and automobile: European travel in a pandemicThree months ago, the trip from Brussels to Warsaw involved a direct flight of about two hours, plus travel to and from airports.
Should we remove statues of Congo's coloniser king, Belgian councillor asksA Brussels councillor has urged a debate on what to do with statues of Belgian King Leopold II, the brutal coloniser of what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo, which have been defaced by..
Belgians return to bars and restaurants but not without virus fearsSitting at the Roy d'Espagne terrace on the Grand Place in Brussels, Ian Panne enjoyed his first beer in a restaurant after Belgium eased almost 12 weeks of coronavirus lockdown.
No progress in latest round of EU-Brexit talks, Barnier saysThe latest round of talks between Britain and the European Union made no significant progress this week, the EU's chief negotiator said on Friday, saying London and Brussels remained far apart on..
UK PM Johnson to go to Brussels next month for Brexit talks: The TimesBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson will resume Brexit talks in Brussels next month, the Times newspaper reported on Thursday.
Visitors return to European landmarks, but only in miniatureVisitors were back at the Eiffel Tower in Paris, London's Houses of Parliament and the Grand Place in Brussels on Monday, not flouting lockdowns but at the reopened Mini-Europe miniature theme park.
EU executive defends China envoy over censored op-edEuropean Union headquarters in Brussels on Friday defended the bloc's ambassador to China after admitting he did not consult the bloc's national envoys in Beijing on an opinion piece they authored for..
Belgian chefs lay down jackets to protest at lockdownHundreds of chefs' jackets were laid down in the center of Brussels on Thursday to highlight the plight of hotels, restaurants and cafes that have been shuttered for nearly two months during the..
EU offers more aid, membership to Balkans in riposte to China, RussiaThe European Union's 27 leaders on Wednesday gave their "unequivocal support" for the six Balkan countries to eventually become members of the bloc and offered them more financial support as Brussels..
Britain confident of EU deal this year but EU says UK must budge: sourcesBritain is confident it can get a deal on its future ties with the European Union if Brussels starts treating it as an independent negotiator, a source close to the British negotiating team said on..
Belgian elderly get a lift from cherry-picking platformsResidents of a care home in Brussels got the chance to see family members in person for the first time since mid-March on Monday thanks to a raised platform normally used for window cleaning or picking..
Once victims of their own success, Belgian tourist spots emptied by coronavirusBelgium's historic city centres of Bruges and Brussels, usually so busy with visitors that authorities have considered limiting tourists, are facing an unprecedented challenge as the coronavirus..
Yearning for a pint? Brussels brewers deliver to homes during coronavirus lockdownWith beer sales hit by the coronavirus lockdown, small Brussels breweries are offering a delivery service to the homes of thirsty customers and for some business is booming.
Etihad to operate special flights to Europe, Japan this month: statementAbu Dhabi’s Etihad Airways said on Sunday it would operate special flights to Brussels, Dublin, London, Tokyo and Zurich between April 14 and 22.
Exclusive - 'Things under control': how Europe sleepwalked into the coronavirus crisisBarely a month before Europe embarked on a scramble for masks, ventilators and testing kits to fight coronavirus, governments told Brussels their healthcare systems were ready and there was no need to..
Hungary wants EU to scrap duties on imports that help fight virusHungary will ask Brussels to scrap all duties on products imported from outside the EU that are used for protection against the coronavirus, Prime Minister Viktor Orban's chief of staff said on..
Belgian shelter helps homeless cope with coronavirus lockdownA Red Cross-run homeless shelter in an abandoned office block in Brussels is helping the city's homeless observe Belgium's lockdown to fight the coronavirus, although some on the streets are wary of..
Armed with lessons from Ebola, Africa braces for coronavirus surgeWhen a passenger arriving from Brussels at Cameroon's Yaounde Nsimalen airport on Saturday was found to have a temperature, health officials say he was whisked to a hospital and diagnosed inside four..
EU offers an Ode to Spring to soothe coronavirus nervesThe European Commission closed its daily briefing in Brussels on Tuesday with a poem, to bring some cheer amid the coronavirus gloom.
Head of EU parliament Sassoli in self-isolation as precautionThe president of the European Parliament Davide Sassoli said on Tuesday he was in self-isolation at his Brussels home as a precaution after having traveled to Italy.
Turkish President Erdogan to visit Brussels March 9The European Council said on Sunday that Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan will visit Brussels on March 9, to discuss EU-Turkey matters including Syria and migration.
EU Council suffers second coronavirus caseA second coronavirus case was detected at the Council of the European Union in Brussels last week and 46 staff were asked to stay at home and monitor their health, according to an email sent seen by..
EU, Turkey in stand-off over funds to tackle new migrant crisisThe European Union is scrambling for a new agreement with Turkey to prevent migrants from Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and beyond flooding into the EU. But there is little sign so far that Ankara is ready..
EU urges solidarity as coronavirus strains medical suppliesEuropean Union officials held an emergency meeting in Brussels to urge solidarity among the 27 EU countries as they try to cope with potential shortages of medicine and protective gear caused by the..
EU parliament moves session from France over virus riskThe European Parliament has exceptionally moved its planned session in Strasbourg, France, next week to Brussels because of concerns about the coronavirus risk.
NATO envoys to meet to discuss Syria at Turkey's requestNATO ambassadors will meet in Brussels at Turkey's request on Friday to hold consultations about developments in Syria, the alliance said after the killing of 33 Turkish soldiers in a Syrian air strike..
Britain won't accept EU oversight on fair competition after Brexit, PM's aide to sayBritain will not accept EU supervision of so-called level playing field guarantees of fair competition in any new relationship between the two after Brexit, Prime Minister Boris Johnson's EU advisor,..
Britain and EU split over financial market accessBritain wants a stable relationship with the European Union for "decades to come" in financial services, finance minister Sajid Javid said on Tuesday, only to receive an instant rebuttal from Brussels.
Poland to hold first round of presidential election on May 10Poland will hold the first round of its presidential elections on May 10, the parliament speaker said on Wednesday, in a vote that will decide whether the ruling nationalists can further implement..
Factbox: Key hurdles blocking way to post-Brexit dealLondon and Brussels are already sparring over the terms of their future relationship, just days after Britain's historic departure from the European Union.
Brexit trade deal clash: UK and EU begin sparring over rulesThe European Union and Britain clashed over a post-Brexit trade deal on Monday with Prime Minister Boris Johnson insisting he need not sign up to the bloc's rules and Brussels warning of tariffs and..
UK flag lowered in Brussels as Britain cuts loose from EUThe United Kingdom leaves the European Union on Friday with a mixture of joy, anger and indifference, casting off into the unknown in one of the biggest blows yet to Europe's attempt to forge unity..
UK flag taken down at EU Council in Brussels ahead of Brexit hourBritain's Union Jack was removed from a line of EU member state flags inside the European Council building in Brussels on Friday evening ahead of the U.K.'s exit from the bloc at midnight local time..
UK's Brussels embassy takes down EU flag as sun sets on Brexit dayThe European Union's flag was removed from outside the British embassy to the EU in Brussels on Friday, hours before the United Kingdom was set to formally leave the EU after 47 years of membership.
In Brussels, a quiet last nod for Brexit and a rainy 'au revoir'Brexit cleared its last formal hurdle in Brussels on Thursday, setting Britain's Jan. 31 exit from the European Union in stone, but it was an unceremonious moment and a party in the heart of the EU's..
Explainer: Brexit 'done' at last - now for the hard partAt the stroke of midnight in Brussels on Friday, Britain will leave the European Union and Prime Minister Boris Johnson will deliver on his election promise to "Get Brexit Done".
Brexit crusader Farage: 'I'll miss playing the villain'As Nigel Farage packed a few belongings into a box at his office in the European Union's parliament in Brussels on Tuesday, he reflected that he will miss the very institution on which - as its..
Poland accuses Brussels of double standards in judiciary rowPoland accused the European Union on Saturday of double standards for questioning the country's Constitutional Tribunal, intensifying a spat between Warsaw and Brussels ahead of a visit by the bloc's..
Brexit bill clears final UK parliamentary hurdle ahead of January 31 exitBritain moved a step closer to its Jan. 31 exit from the European Union when the legislation required to ratify its deal with Brussels passed its final stage in parliament on Wednesday.
Venezuela's Guaido to meet top EU diplomat in BrusselsVenezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido will come to Brussels on Wednesday to hold talks with the European Union's foreign policy chief Josep Borrell, Borrell told a news conference.
Police detain 185 climate protesters at Brussels car showPolice detained 185 protesters in central Brussels on Saturday after the environmental protest group Extinction Rebellion staged demonstrations at a car show in protest at the auto industry's role in..
Germany raids offices, homes of suspected China spiesPolice have raided homes and offices in Brussels and across Germany in a case involving three people suspected of spying for China, prosecutors said on Wednesday.
Brussels warns against 'veiled discrimination' of EU citizens after BrexitEuropean Union chief negotiator Michel Barnier warned Britain on Tuesday not to discriminate against EU citizens seeking permanent residency after Brexit, urging London to set up an independent..
Belgian police cars deemed too dirty to enter citiesBelgium's federal police have fallen foul of tighter emissions controls that entered force at the start of the year, with a number of its cars and vans now too dirty to enter the cities of Brussels,..
Poland's Senate speaker to seek EU advice on judicial reformsPoland's Senate speaker will go to Brussels on Wednesday to consult European Union officials over how to limit the damage from Warsaw's latest clash with its EU partners over reforms of the judiciary.
European powers to weigh Libya crisis in Brussels after calling off visitThe European Union's top diplomat and the foreign ministers of Britain, France, Germany and Italy planned to meet on Tuesday in Brussels to discuss Libya's crisis after postponing a trip to the..
EU, Italy, Britain, France, Germany to discuss Libya in Brussels on TuesdayThe European Union's top diplomat and the foreign ministers of Britain, France, Germany and Italy will meet on Tuesday afternoon in Brussels to discuss Libya, an EU spokesman said.