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European Business Summit: Challenges and opportunities amid 4th covid wave
Euronews went to the yearly European Business Summit which is happening in Brussels for more than 20 years and spoke to some of the key players of the business scene in Europe.
Water cannon and grenades as tensions rise on Belarus-Poland border
'The Schuman Show', or how to mock the singular world of EU politics
'The Schuman Show' plays once a month in the heart of the European capital and hopes to make waves beyond the Brussels bubble with its increasingly popular satirical offerings.
Belgium extends mask-wearing but rules out COVID boosters for most
What's really going on with the EU's energy crisis?
N Ireland Protocol: Can the big gaps between the UK and EU be bridged?
The EU Commission is offering concessions that are likely to fall short of the UK's demands, leading to fears of a further deterioration in relations and even a trade war.
EU court begins hearing Hungary and Poland dispute over rule of law
River Senne: Brussels cleans up hidden river to 'bring back nature'
The Belgian capital has been cleaning up and reviving its hidden river, which was previously covered in concrete, in a bid to "bring nature back to the city".
'We need to act now!' on energy transition says EU climate chief
Brussels braces itself for COVID passes to boost vaccinations
Lagging vaccination rates in the Belgian capital mean authorities are considering imposing COVID passes for restaurants, bars and other public establishments.
Brussels doctors to prescribe museum visits for stress
For the next three months, five public museums in the Belgian capital covering fashion to art will take part in the pilot project.
Police drag activists out of court in Poland
A group of pro-democracy activists in Poland entered the grounds of the country's constitutional court in an act of civil disobedience Monday, on the eve of an expected court ruling critical to the country's future relationship with the rest of the European Union
How will Europe decide on Afghan refugee policy?
EU halts legal action against UK over Northern Ireland Protocol breach
Meet the British expats stuck abroad: 'I may as well live on Mars'
Though Brussels and London may be close geographically, the COVID-19 pandemic has left families split on either side of international borders.
More than 450 "sans papiers" say they have not eaten since May 23rd
Brussels Economic Forum 2021: How can the bloc recover from COVID?
On June 29, international policymakers, academics, civil society and business leaders will come together at the Brussels Economic Forum.
EU leaders blast Viktor Orbán over anti-LGBT bill during tense summit
EU leaders expected to confirm financial aid for Turkey migrant help
Health workers protest across Europe for stronger investment in sector
Thousands of health care sector workers held protests in several European cities demanding more investment in the sector after coping with the pandemic for over a a year
Brussels police break up end-of-curfew celebrations
Belgium and Greece ease lockdown rules for public socialising
Stolen Roman statue recovered by Italian art police after chance discovery in Belgium
You'll be able to get a night train from Brussels to Prague from 2022
Brussels Palais de Justice will finally get a facelift