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This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Two people injured as police marksman's gun goes off near French President Francois Hollande.
British families are preparing to sue the TUI tour operator, following the June, 2015, terror attack in Tunisia.
A Singapore woman, married to a British man for 27 years with two children and a grandchild has been deported for failing to satisfy residency requirements.
EU parliamentarians agreed to suspend, in a preliminary vote, Marine Le Pen's immunity as police seek to investigate violent ISIL images on Twitter.
Russia and China vetoes ensure proposed UN sanctions against the Syrian government for using chemical weapons fail to pass.
An earthquake of magnitude 5.
Last week’s Eurogroup was just a first step towards a final deal between creditors and the Greek government in order for the bailout programme to get again back on…
Donald Trump has accused his predecessor of playing a part in the organisation of nationwide demonstrations since his election win, including those against his controversial travel…
Why are Europe's smaller cities looking at smart city initiatives?
At the Mobile World Congress our reporter goes on a nostalgia trip, enjoys all the fun of the fair and closes a window at home while driving a car.
Election campaign exposes deepen rift between British nationalists and Irish nationalists
A group of MEPs have accused EU governments of delayed stricter car engine emissions tests and failing to check up on cheating vehicle manufacturers.
Scientists in Chile believe the discovery of life in the country’s arid Atacama Desert could provide new insights into finding life forms on Mars Last year, US scientists analysing data from a NASA sp
The opening few stages of the 2018 Tour de France were unveiled on Tuesday with the Grand Depart including two road tests in the central west region of Vendée.
Cuba's annual Cigar Festival is underway amid increasing demand but poor weather hitting tobacco crops and uncertainty about boosting sales to the US
Chancellor Angela Merkel has condemned the detention of a German journalist in Turkey describing it as excessively harsh.
A landmark exhibition of the major works of the Dutch master Johannes Vermeer has opened.
The most effective way to destroy a complex system is, first, to manufacture chaos. Within a month of taking office, Trump’s administration has already employed shock tactics to paralyze and distract the electorate.
UNICEF claims African women and child migrants are at increasing risk during passage to Europe and after arrival at the hands of smugglers, criminals or the authorities.
Greek ministers have been meeting experts from the EU and IMF discussing the economic reforms Athens must make to keep bailout funds flowing.
The Former secretary general of football’s world governing body Fifa is to appeal his ten-year ban from all football-related activities.
After the annus horribilis that was 2016, most political observers believe that the liberal world order is in serious trouble.
The case of Fabiano Antoniani has reignited the debate about assisted suicide in Italy.
The President of the European Commission reportedly plans to offer member states a number of "pathways" to post-Brexit unity
Trump to address Congress after first month marked by missteps, internal conflicts and squabbles with mainstream media
The final days of the British Raj are explored in ‘Viceroy’s House’.
US Presidential advisor Kellyann Conway has sparked outrage and online ridicule this week -- not for something she said
Donald Trump’s terrorism-related claim about ‘what happened last night in Sweden’ has put the spotlight on crime in the Scandinavian country.
Nine houses in a Jewish town in the West Bank are evacuated after Israel's Supreme Court rules they were illegally built on Palestinian land.