All the latest news, interviews and analysis concerning the EU from the euronews’ team in Brussels.
In this edition: Extinction rebellion protests, encouraging civil disobedience to force governments to act on climate change have reached the Belgian capital. Also, EU-US trade talks progress, the controversial copyright rules pass final hurdle and Europe's Mid-East policy up for question.
Not all member states agreed with moving forward with the contentious copyright reform.
Our correspondent Sandor Zsiros leaves Belgium, heads to Luxembourg and arrives in Germany en route from Brussels to Strasbourg parliament, to get a snapshot of life along the corridor which takes the Brussels bubble to France.
A new whistleblower directive was approved by EU negotiators on Tuesday in Strasbourg. But at a press conference, when asked whether Julian Assange was a whistleblower, the reply was "no comment".
Suvari Öztürk is a Turkish songwriter, performer and interpreter. He wrote a song called “Enkaz” which means “wreckage” - a not so subtle reference to what's happening these last years in Turkey. In his songs you hear him talk about the violation of human rights in Turkey.
Ángel Hernández was arrested in Madrid on homicide charges after he helped his terminally ill wife to end her life. He filmed the event as proof.
It's the last plenary session for many MEPs next week, our Brussels correspondent took to the road to speak to the people who live along the route that many MEPs travel from Brussels to Strasbourg up to 30 times a year.
The UK and the EU have agreed to delay Brexit until October 31 – avoiding an imminent disorderly no-deal, but arguably kicking the can further down the road.
If you're married and speak at least one foreign language, it's a start.
Although it has not even happened yet, and the clock has been reset again, Brexit has managed to shake society and politics in the Republic of Ireland. Here in the city centre of Dublin, locals are frustrated but also concerned about this decision by their closest neighbour.
EU leaders give Theresa May a Brexit delay until October 31.
The European People's Party and the Socialists and Democrats are expected to take a hit.
Top stories of the day from Brussels