Emotive, controversial and supported by the majority of people in Belgium. A debate on changing the law to allow euthanasia for minors has deeply
EU presidency holders Lithuania host the Eastern Partnership Summit in Vilnius on Thursday and Friday, where Ukraine was expected to sign an
In this edition of Business Planet the focus is on the relatively new concept of KETS. As the programme’s reporter, Serge Rombi, explains: “In this
Eurovision stars Anna Vissi, Constantinos Christoforou and Despina Olympiou will take part in a ‘Cyprus Unplugged’ benefit concert at the Palais des
For over five months, Samira has been waiting. Waiting for her daughter, Nora, to come home from Syria to Brussels. Samira is Belgian. This divorced
With France recently in the firing line over its forced eviction of Roma people, Euronews went to visit Saint-Josse in Brussels, one of the Belgian
After 20 years as King of the Belgians, Albert II abdicates on Sunday, allowing his eldest son, Philip, to take the throne.
And Philip’s succession
In this week’s edition of Europe Weekly, MEPs call for an inquiry into US surveillance programs and they give the green light to a new draft deal on
Euronews has met with the president of the European Broadcasting Union, an alliance of public service media organisations.
In an interview with
Small and medium sized businesses that are innovative and have strong growth potential have a new group of friends to help make that happen. Business
Italians go to the polls this weekend in a long-awaited election; robbers pull off a spectacular diamond heist at Brussels airport, and Belgium’s
It is a problem many people face on a daily basis: being judged, badly treated, or even worse, just because of the colour of their skin. There are
French lesbian couples are heading to Belgium to sidestep their country’s domestic ban on assisted reproductive technology.
Since July 2007
Scotland, Catalonia and Flanders are among a number of European regions with yearnings for autonomy, if not outright independence. The financial
The big local election gains of the Flemish nationalist party on Sunday has once again raised the spectre of a break-up of Belgium.
Less than one in ten Europeans buy online from other EU countries. For both consumers and sellers, the process is simply too complicated.
Is the world’s biggest brewer, Belgian group AB InBev, about to guzzle the 50% of Mexican leader Modelo it does not already own?
The maker of
A new range of multimedia cameras have been developed that offer us a new way to watch live events.
The devices were developed by Flemish
Gender equality is now a major goal in most European countries.
And there is no doubt there is more public awareness and signs of progress.
Belgium, Europe’s sixth largest economy, has officially gone into recession, but Belgian small and medium sized companies (SMEs) and entrepreneurs
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov poses for Photos in Bruxelles (filmed by nanunana).
In some ways Belgium epitomises much that is wrong about Europe; it has had no government for over a year, a lack of leadership that mirrors Europe’s
“I am Ana from Lisbon. I would like to know how can we put an end to sexism and to the prevailing social differences between men and women which is