""I sincerely apologize for upsetting the general public and employees at Korean Air over issues related to members of my family,""
Chairman, Korean Air
""I wished my mom was with me.""
"“We demand that the fight against this democratic failure that is antisemitism becomes a national cause before it’s too late. Before France is no longer France.”"
Published in Le Parisien
""This confusion means ignorance of International Law and legality, which is unacceptable.""
""What kind of love is it when some one gives you such an amazing gift and you leave it in a smoking ruin?""
Dr Katharine Hayhoe
"I believe that working for Donald Trump, especially closely, damages everybody."
Former director, U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation
""There was blood on the windows...her arms were actually out of the airplane and her head was out of the airplane""
Unnamed passenger on Flight 1380
NBC Nightly News
"European inaction on fundamental rights’ violations in Catalonia will ease the path for soft versions of authoritarianism to invade the whole European continent"
Aleix Sarri Camargo
Advisor to the European Parliament
Disrupted US Relations a bigger risk to Europe’s Economy than Brexit: OECD
A petition in support of De La Rue, the British firm that makes UK passports, now tops 270,000 signatures
Britain could be frozen out of parts of Galileo project, Europe's version of GPS
Anti-Brexit protesters take to streets of capital in open-top bus to demand voters have say on final divorce deal
Brexit seen from some EU nations as the end of a potential employment safety valve for the young in thriving London, and shrinking professional and leisure possibilities nationwide.
Residents of London's sister capital share their feelings with just a year to go before the two cities go their separate ways.
Pre-Brexit referendum, the UK economy was strong and is still growing but from one of the fastest it's fallen to one of the slowest
It is 12 months before the UK formally leaves the EU and Euronews asked residents in the Belgium capital of Brussels how they felt about the historic decision.
May has 12 months to plot a successful course through difficult political and economic terrain
As of the withdrawal date, UK citizens won't be able to benefit from their digital subscriptions, like BBC iPlayer and their UK Netflix catalogue, when travelling in the EU.
A year ago the UK triggered Article 50 — and in another year it will officially leave the EU. At the halfway stage, Euronews asks: to what extent have the EU and UK “red lines” changed colour?
The British Prime Minister told MPs that allegations of the Leave campaign using illegal funds will not get in the way of the UK leaving the European Union.
A whistleblower at the heart of a Facebook data scandal has questioned the result of Britain's 2016 Brexit referendum.
EU leaders have formally adopted guidelines for negotiating post-Brexit relations and approved a transition offer for the UK, clearing the way for the next phase of talks.
European Union leaders are meeting for a two-day summit in Brussels, where British Prime Minister Theresa May has warned that Russia poses a threat to the whole bloc.
Brexit supporters are furious after a bid to show Britain's independence from EU with blue passports looks to have backfired.
Jacob Rees-Mogg and Tory Brexiteers launch protest over transition period but cry off boat trip after Tory whips get tough, leaving Nigel Farage to get his hands dirty, dumping fish in the river opposite Westminster.
'Am I going to change my name to Captain Haddock?', Eurosceptic Jacob Rees-Mogg asked, denying reports he'd throw dead fish into the Thames to protest against the delay in leaving the Common Fisheries Policy.
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: The Brexit negotiators strike agreement on transition terms; and Belgian farmers roll into Brussels with
Unilever's CEO insists it has nothing to do with Brexit but unions say Britain is becoming less competitive.