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Ukrainian school for refugee children launches in Brussels
Another school will also be set up in Paris.
Under one roof: the project providing integrated health care
An initiative has been set up in Brussels to provide medical care and other public services all under one roof. Smart Regions went to find out more.
EU countries agree on new Russia sanctions, including coal embargo
"The aim of our sanctions is to stop the reckless, inhuman and aggressive behaviour of the Russian troops," said the EU's foreign policy chief Josep Borrell.
The EU has a 'moral duty' to make Ukraine a member state: Estonia PM
Kaja Kallas also called for the EU to invest in military technology and be willing to intervene militarily to prevent Russian aggression.
In Moldova's east, Maia Sandu's EU membership bid divides opinion
On the border wth Transnistria, the Russia-backed breakaway region, some Moldovans favour Russian links over European.
'Freedom convoy' protest fails to make a splash in Brussels
A police operation prevented trucks and vans from entering Brussels and disrupting the city in protest against COVID restrictions and vaccine mandates.
Belgian teachers protest working conditions and financial cuts
The demonstration in Brussels gathered teachers and school staff from the French-speaking region of Wallonia.
How could the EU respond if Russia invades Ukraine?
Moscow’s continuing escalation of the situation at the border with Ukraine means Brussels is having to weigh up its options in the event of an attack.
Roberta Metsola vows to 'stand up' for EU after election win
Metsola will succeed David Sassoli, who died on 11 January and whose term of office ended this week.
What happens now after the death of David Sassoli?
A race that was once seen as predetermined is suddenly wide open. Here are 4 leading candidates
NATO 'must be prepared for failure' of Ukraine-Russia dialogue
Representatives from Moscow will be in Brussels on Wednesday to discuss the situation in Ukraine at the NATO-Russia Council.
Here are some of the issues Brussels will have on its plate in 2022
New year, same old problems?
Far-right divisions on display after failure to form political group
Leaders of European far-right and populist parties left their Warsaw summit with a statement pledging "closer cooperation" rather than the creation of a formal alliance.
EU parliament gives green light to agricultural reforms
MEPs voted overwhelmingly in favour of changes to the bloc's Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).
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What policy options do EU decision-makers have to fight the pandemic?
Over the weekend tensions flared over new pandemic restrictions. Europe's vaccination drive is reaching a critical point. So what are the options facing decision-makers to fight back against a new wave of coronavirus infections?
European Business Summit: Challenges and opportunities amid 4th covid wave
Euronews went to the yearly European Business Summit which is happening in Brussels for more than 20 years and spoke to some of the key players of the business scene in Europe.
What's really going on with the EU's energy crisis?
Not every country agrees on how to move forward, even if most are feeling the impact of the energy crunch.
EU court begins hearing Hungary and Poland dispute over rule of law
The two hearings, one brought by Hungary and one by Poland, will conclude on Tuesday but it could be months before the European Court of Justice gives its ruling.
Brussels braces itself for COVID passes to boost vaccinations
Lagging vaccination rates in the Belgian capital mean authorities are considering imposing COVID passes for restaurants, bars and other public establishments.
Brussels doctors to prescribe museum visits for stress
For the next three months, five public museums in the Belgian capital covering fashion to art will take part in the pilot project.
More than 450 "sans papiers" say they have not eaten since May 23rd
A hunger strike taking place at a church in central Brussels and at two universities in the city is pressuring the government to grant them residency without going through the asylum process.
EU leaders blast Viktor Orbán over anti-LGBT bill during tense summit
EU leaders joined forces to criticise the Hungarian Prime Minister, with the Dutch PM even suggesting Hungary should leave the bloc if it doesn't agree with EU values.
EU leaders expected to confirm financial aid for Turkey migrant help
The bloc's 27 heads of state and government will meet in Brussels on Thursday to also discuss migration, COVID-19 and relations with Russia.
Montenegro urges EU not to tie its hands in anti-corruption fight
Dritan Abazovic says that the EU-backed court is holding up investigations into Montenegro's president, Milo Djukanovic, and his allies.
Belgian hearing into Paris attacks accomplices begins
A court in Brussels begins its hearing into the 20 people accused of aiding and abetting the terrorists involved in the 2015 attacks in the French capital.
Four still in custody in Belgium as Interior Minister condemns riots
Four people remain in custody in Brussels after a demonstration over the death of a young Black man in police custody turned violent.