We mark 100 days to the European elections with a profile of a first-time voter. Meanwhile in Strasbourg current MEPs vote on controversial fisheries deal, and Belgium is forced to confront its colonial past.
Manneken Pis dons European Emergency Number Association costume for 112 Day
French journalists identify alleged Brussels museum attack suspect Mehdi Nemmouche as their jailer and torturer in Syria.
On Thursday, students took to the streets once again to call attention to climate change. Students have been protesting every Thursday in Brussels for several weeks.
The European Commission has praised the likes of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube for their progress on the swift removal of illegal hate speech
Albert II has now decided to take his case to the Court of Cassation, the main court of last resort in Belgium.
Young Belgian students in Brussels, Liège and Leuven skipped school for the fourth Thursday in a row to demand action on climate change policies.
12,500 students skipped school on Thursday for the fourth week running to march against climate change.
"The problem is not that we run out of money occasionally. The real problem is that we live our entire lives this way and our children grow up in this too.”
Today's top stories in Europe
According to Greenpeace, over 35 thousand people — many of whom are students — took to the streets in Brussels to take a stand against climate change
Belgian students take to the streets to demand a stronger fight against climate change
Belgian police have arrested a city councillor on suspicion of selling humanitarian visas to refugees
No DNA of Mehdi Nemmouche found on door of Jewish Museum or revolver, they claim
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: the Jewish Museum in Brussels reflects on the past and the future as the trial of main suspects opens. Eastern European truck drivers protest mobility plans and Belgian comic hero Tintin turns 90.
Here is our round-up of key stories to know about in Europe today.
Belgian right-wing politician Gerolf Annemans and journalist Anja Waltereit go head-to-head concerning the UN migration pact that saw the Belgian nationalists quit the government over the weekend.
Here are the top stories from across Europe you need to know about today.
The Africa Museum's reopening in Belgium after a ten year "decolonisation" project led to calls from the Democratic Republic of Congo for its artifacts to be given back
Hundreds of yellow-vested protesters calling for the resignation of Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel marched on the European quarter of Brussels Saturday, as the movement that started in France found its way to Belgium and the Netherlands.
Belgian prime minister forms a minority government after biggest party in coalition quits over UN migration treaty row.
Protestors and police clash in Brussels
Tens of thousands of climate change protesters marched through Brussels on Sunday, coinciding with the opening of the UN's COP24 conference
A police van was set alight, another overturned as a "yellow jackets" protest in Brussels on Friday turned violent.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has cancelled a trip to Spain this week to focus on Brexit negotiations.
A policeman has been stabbed near tourist area,Grand Place in Brussels.