A Europa League match at Luxembourg's Josy Barthel stadium was briefly suspended after a drone carrying the flag of a region disputed by Azerbaijan and Armenia flew onto the pitch.
The European Union's ruling on Apple taxes "defies reality and common sense' - says the US company as it launches a legal challenge against the 2016 decision.
In one corner, the poster child for American tech success. In the other, the world's foremost authority on corporate regulation. The prize: €13 billion euros in back taxes.
Walking in step but moving in opposite directions. Such was the cacaphony of protest that Boris Johnson's team decided against holding a joint news conference after talks with the Luxembourg prime minister.
EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker cuts holiday short for ‘urgent surgery to remove gallbladder’
The minister insisted Luxembourg wouldn't become a cannabis tourism hotspot, mainly because non-residents wouldn't be allowed to buy it.
In an interview with Politico, Health Minister Etienne Schneider confirmed his government's plans to legalise production and consumption of cannabis for recreational purposes, while calling other European countries to do the same.
Royalty from across Europe paid their final respects to Luxembourg's former monarch at his funeral on Saturday.
During his 36 years as Grand Duke, his country of half a million inhabitants wedged in between Belgium, Germany and France, turned from an industrial backwater into an international financial hub.
A few weeks ago, Luxembourg hosted the first edition of the Stand, Speak, Rise up forum to end sexual violence in fragile environments. A platform designed “to connect stakeholders and survivors”
The EU's Chief Brexit Negotiator Michel Barnier said the UK's request for a longer delay of Brexit depends on whether cross-party talks result in a majority in the House of Commons that agrees to vote for withdrawal agreement.
An "icy silence" was reported among some of the audience at the EU-Arab League summit after Luxembourg's prime minister reminded fellow leaders that his sexual orientation could see him prosecuted in some of their countries.
Luxembourg is to become the first country in the world to scrap fares on all public transport.
The contemporary craft biennial De Mains De Maîtres opened its doors in Luxembourg.
The Greek master dazzles alongside the Luxembourg Philharmonic.
As the Paradise Papers scandal unfolds, the Prime Minister of Luxembourg wants "regulation that obliges everyone to pay taxes".
MEPs tackled state of Brexit negotiations at Parliament today
He used a boozy analogy to make his case over the UK's EU divorce bill.
Wolfgang Schaeuble, Germany’s Finance Minister, received some original gifts from his colleagues during his farewell party on October 9 after eight
Low cost carrier, Ryanair has insisted that a ruling by the European Court of Justice will not change the current status of employment contracts for
Europe's top court has ruled Slovakia and Hungary cannot refuse to take in refugees, in a victory for the EU's contentious quota system.
Just 16-thousand migrants have been moved from Italy and Greece under a controversial EU relocation scheme.
Two trains have collided after one ignored a stop sign in Luxembourg near the French border, killing one person and injuring six.
One person has died and six people have been injured following the collision between a goods and passenger train in Luxembourg near the French border.
Luxembourg has launched criminal proceedings against “unknown persons” in response to the Volkswagen diesel emissions scandal.
Animal testing raises sometimes violently passionate debate and opposition, but for medical research surely it is sadly unavoidable? Perhaps not for much longer if European scientists' research bears