Euronews' Road Trip finishes up in Brussels, after clocking up more than 10,000 kilometres across 15 countries.
As the voting begins today for the EU elections, our Road Trip Europe comes to an end. Our correspondents Meabh McMahon and Jona Kallgren are in Ninove, Belgium, where they listened to the concerns of local people for one last time.
With the EU heading to the polls from tomorrow, here's what's been happening in the final days of campaigning.
There was unanimity among EU top job hopefuls Euronews interviewed: moving the EU parliament to Strasbourg every month is a waste of money. We asked an expert whether the €114m-a-year decampments will ever be scrapped.
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European bicycle manufacturers say they face unfair competition from JUMP e-bikes, the new China-made bicycles for rent in Brussels via the internet
"Look at what the divisiveness of Brexit has done to the UK. Today, the UK looks like Game of Thrones on steroids."
The US Secretary of State will hold talks in Brussels on Monday on Iran.
Thousands of people marched through the streets of Brussels and London on Sunday with the aim of putting environmental issues at the heart of this month’s European elections.
This week we look at the smaller parties that could tip the scales in the new parliament and examine the role of the Eurosceptics' favourite target, the EU Commission.
Pret a Manger had originally planned to get rid of the much-loved horse-zebra statue at Brussels' Midi station, but has since overturned its decision after public upset
Ahead of the European Parliament election, we outline the functions of the different branches of the European Union. What does the European Commission do?
The European Union is holding a summit with Japan in Brussels later today.
The high level gathering precedes the G20 meeting, which is to take place in Osaka in June.
It also comes less than three months after the EU-Japan trade deal came into force.
In this edition: Extinction rebellion protests, encouraging civil disobedience to force governments to act on climate change have reached the Belgian capital. Also, EU-US trade talks progress, the controversial copyright rules pass final hurdle and Europe's Mid-East policy up for question.
Why is Belgium so hooked on bottled water - while hosting the EU headquarters, a world leader in the fight against plastic waste?
This week we take a look at some of those running for election, including a former tennis world No.1 and a great-grandson with a formidable political lineage, and examine a poll that shows an upward trend for both the parliament's largest groups.
Ahead of the European Parliament election, we outline the functions of the different branches of the European Union. What does the European Council do?
Two major news stories in Brussels this week, not related, but it might seem like Brexit is becoming an inescapable political void, and many want it to disappear over the event horizon. Instead the special EU summit moved the leave date to October 31st.
Ahead of the European Parliament election, we outline the functions of the different branches of the European Union. What does the European Parliament do?
The EU's Agricultural Committee has voted in favour of removing plant references from names associated with meat
European political parties have hit the campaign trail to convince voters to choose their candidate for the EU's top job? But who are the nominees to take Jean-Claude Juncker's chair after May's elections?
The EU Commission President sparked a moment of light relief ahead of Brexit crunch talks.
Dozens of people were evacuated from a building near the European Union's headquarters on Tuesday morning. But after combing nearby streets, police confirmed it was a false alarm.
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier said on Friday that the UK could be given the unillateral to leave the customs union, in a bid to unite UK parliament over the contentious backstop issue
“Our rights are not negotiable” was the message on display at the European Parliament on Wednesday. A powerful message from a group of Parliament officials protesting a conference involving the far right Spanish political party VOX.
The European People's Party president has confirmed that the expulsion of Hungary's Fidesz party is on the agenda to discuss on the 20 March.