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The debates on Brexit in the European Parliament appear to have turned into a trading to barbs between pro-Europeans and their counterparts in the UK's Brexit party.
Despite the digs, the mood in Strasbourg remains serious for MEPs worried about the effects of a No Deal Brexit.
With the production of major crops expected to be down by 50% in the next 30 years due to climate change, lawmakers and environmental activists are searching for ways to protect the future of agriculture.
On Wednesday, the European Parliament will debate and vote on a resolution on Brexit and the possibility for another extension to avoid a No Deal Scenario.
Hungary's Justice Minister was in Brussels to answer questions in the first step of the Article 7 process, which could lead to Budapest being stripped of voting rights.
This demonstration is to mark the 10 year anniversary of a protest which saw Belgian dairy farmers spray 3 million litres of milk over the very same field they're in now. Farmers want to see quotas set to boost prices.
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.
For the first time since MEPs launched the Article 7 process against Hungary, ministers from all around the bloc discussed it in Brussels.
Brussels is the de facto capital of the Comic Book and each year thousands of visitors gather for a festival dedicated to all things cartoon. But its not just for laughs. Fictional characters offer the opportunity to discuss more serious subject matter. We went to find out.
LGBTQ and women's rights are particularly targeted in the current proliferation of hate speech and backsliding on human rights in the world. This is acknowledged by the EU Special Representative for Human Rights, appointed in March, that explained his priorities to MEPs.
Johannes Hahn defended the controversial European way of life portfolio in an exclusive interview with Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey.
We ask booksellers and political scientists what to read this Autumn to understand the latest trends in Europe.
Ethan Lindenberger is only 18 years old, but he is already a hardened campaigner. He managed to get vaccinations, against his mother's wishes. Now he is fighting against the spread of anti-vax movements.
Exclusive: Juncker brands Britons ‘part-time Europeans’ who were never fully in the union.
For his first visit abroad follwing the formation of his new pro-European majority Giuseppe Conte couldn't resist the call of Brussels. The Italian prime minister met the leaders of the European institutions, starting with the president-elect of the European Commission Ursula Von Der Leyen: a woman
Migration has been a politically toxic topic in the European Union in recent years. Euronews spoke with outgoing EU migration commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos who warns that "Europe should never become a fortress".
International targets for protecting biodiversity appear to be out of reach. By 2020, countries with a coastline must establish Marine Protected Areas to ensure the conservation of wildlife and flora. According to a study by the WWF, the European Union is far from leading the way.
Some announcements from EU incoming chief Ursula von der Leyen about her Commission raised eyebrows on Tuesday but perhaps none more so than the new portfolio for "Protecting our European Way of Life."