All the latest news, interviews and analysis concerning the EU from the euronews’ team in Brussels.
The Aquarius with its 629 migrants on board sparked a diplomatic raw among EU member states to reallocate asylum seekers. One year on little has changed. Italy closes its ports, member states oppose to Dublin regulation reform. People keep on dying in the Mediterranean
Brussels Economic Forum 2019 looked at making the EU a global power, and Arancha González shared her thoughts with Euronews on how that could happen.
"Fidesz is doing a good job in Hungary and they have a good economic development there. On the other hand..."
More than one month after the European Parliamentary elections, there seems little sign of agreement between parliamentary groups or between member states' leaders on who should replace Jean-Claude Juncker as the president of the European Commission.
How is a far-right party further dividing Belgium?
Will Germany be allowed to create a new motorway toll?
Who is the next leader of the Social Democrats?
All this and more on Tuesday's Brief from Brussels.
Donald Trump is running for re-election - risks and opportunities for transatlantic relations
Brussels swept by the Greens wave, Spain joins fighter jet project and Starche gives up his European Parliament seat. All this and more in the Brief from Brussels.
The General Data Protection Regulation has shaped the way companies handle the personal data of EU citizens since 2018. Some are still adapting to the rules though. Learn more by watching The Brief from Brussels.
Identity and Democracy - the new name for the European Parliament's biggest eurosceptic faction.
The winners and losers of the European Parliament once the UK leaves the EU.
The new name comes with just over two weeks until the new batch of MEPs take their seats in European Parliament.
The amount of women elected to the incoming European Parliament will increase overall female representation from 36% to 39%, but many want to see gender parity in the institutions' top positions.
Charles Puigdemont declared independence from Catalonia and came to Belgium, where he was elected as an MEP. Now, he is being denied temporary EU accreditation. The decision was extended to all Spanish MEPs. Read more about why that was the resolution here.