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For his first visit abroad follwing the formation of his new pro-European majority Giuseppe Conte couldn't resist the call of Brussels. The Italian prime minister met the leaders of the European institutions, starting with the president-elect of the European Commission Ursula Von Der Leyen: a woman
The new EU Commission line-up has been unveiled and among the new faces are some controversial candidates. We look at some of the nominees who might have a hard time when MEPs grill them in the coming weeks.
Tesa Arcilla is joined by politicians and journalists to discuss the major political issues that are defining and dividing Europe today.
In this edition we look at the potential for detente with Iran and an initiative in Belgium to bridge the political divide over beer.
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The Brief: Being fully in the know is a hard currency in Brussels. That's why decision makers on all levels are in meetings almost every day. As Brexit is getting closer, the UK government has announced plans to pull its diplomats out of most EU meetings.
Even the Belgian capital's famous Manneken Pis sculpture is decked out in flowers.
He is now Britain’s new Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party but his love of politics begun decades ago. Many think his controversial Brussels-bashing stories contributed to the shape of British politics today.
But the first woman to hold Europe’s top job told Euronews that she was simply pleased to win after having only 13 days to convince MEPs.
What happens if Ursula von der Leyen loses today’s vote at the European Parliament for her bid to be President of the European Commission.
First taking place in 1903, this year will be the 106th edition of the iconic sporting event.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg gave a news conference after a defence meeting on Thursday and addressed issues such as Iran, Russia, and EU contributions to NATO.
The Real Economy team attended the Brussels Economic Forum to discuss Europe's role in the new global order.
No deal could be found on the race for EU top jobs. The leaders will meet again on June the 30th to continue the negotiations.
Activists staged a protest in Brussels ahead of Thursday's European summit, projecting a picture of the planet as a bomb to highlight the 'climate emergency'.
More than one month after the European Parliamentary elections, there seems little sign of agreement between parliamentary groups or between member states' leaders on who should replace Jean-Claude Juncker as the president of the European Commission.
Brussels swept by the Greens wave, Spain joins fighter jet project and Starche gives up his European Parliament seat. All this and more in the Brief from Brussels.
Spanish MEPs elected last month are not being allowed full access into the parliament. They can only visit the building as guests since a political raw broke out between Catalan and other Spanish MEPs.
President Zelensky will meet European Union officials in Brussels for his first foreign visit since his election on April 21.
Europe has spoken and the centre is shrinking, while far-right, liberals and Greens have gained. We look at what's next for the EU.
Brussels is digesting the election results this Monday, but Tuesday will be see EU leaders meet in the Belgian capital to barter over who will take over the Commission President's job from Jean-Claude Juncker this Autumn.
EPP spitzenkandidat Weber is by far bookies' favourite with odds of 1/1 (50%), although Barnier is in second place at 6/1 (14.3%), which came after his odds were slashed by nearly a third since November 2018, according to Ladbrokes.
Angry crowds banged on the walls of the embassy in The Hague, Netherlands, after voters were turned away when polls closed.
A Gilets Jaunes protest was taken over by black-hooded demonstrators and turned violent in Brussels, forcing authorities to detain 350 people.
EU Commission spokesman Margaritis Schinas made it clear that Britain's stalled withdrawal deal cannot be changed, so what happens next?