All the latest news, interviews and analysis concerning the EU from the euronews’ team in Brussels.
As Turkish troops advanced into North East Syria, MEPS debated with the EU foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini to see what's at stake for Europe.
"To put things very frankly and to try and be objective, on this particular point, we are not really in a position where we are able to find an agreement," Barnier told MEPs.
In this edition we ask two MEPs whether the UK should be granted another extension, and also look at who got the greenlight at to take a seat in the next European Commission.
After another tragic shipwreck in the central Mediterranean EU minsters gathered in Luxembourg to agree on a temporary system to relocate migrants rescued at sea. Member states have shown divisions over the possibility to host asylum seekers arriving in Italy and Malta.
This week Brussels Bureau brings you all the latest on the hearings for Team Ursula. New updates every day.
Delays at the border, problems for truck drivers, Europe's second largest port prepares for the turbulence of a No Deal.
Celebrating its 30th birthday in the home of cartoons, the Belgian Comic Strip museum has made its mark on the cultural landscape.
The VPs face MEPs - Vestager, who made her name fighting big tech, Timmermans who will be in charge of the Green New Deal and Dombrovkis who has to make an 'economy that works for people'.
Commission hearings continue with Vera Jourova (Czech Republic) and Josep Borrell (Spain).
In this edition of the The Brief we look at how the French candidate Sylvie Goulard had a tough time in her hearing to take over the Internal Market dossier, while we also profile the man who is set to protect 'our European way of life'.
'There is no endgame': Hong Kong activism leader Joshua Wong speaks to Euronews
The former prime minister has received the green light from MEPs to be the new European Commissioner for economic affairs
Could do better: two commission candidates failed to impress MEPs - the Home Affairs nominee and the Pole tipped to lead Agriculture policy, They will face further questions. And we profile the Belgian candidate for the justice portfolio - whose political pedigree puts him in good stead.
Gender parity in Team Ursula and a dedicated portfolio for Equality are seen as moves to strengthen the position of women in the EU, but will it be enough?
Despite Brexit, English remains a key working language in the EU, which creates a certain amount of friction with the French speakers in Brussels.
For thirty years, the parish of Riches Claires in Brussels has been caring for those new to European life.