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.
As Theresa May headed back to Brussels try and amend a Brexit deal, a protester tried to jump out in front of May's car.
It is thought as a result 2,000 trees will be planted each year
It would have harmed competition in the railway market, said the European Commission.
The British prime minister said she would be entering talks with the EU with a "fresh mandate, new ideas and a renewed determination to agree a pragmatic solution".
"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.”
Marchers braved the cold and rain in Brussels to urge politicians to act on climate change.
Thousands of students skipped school for the third week in a row and more than 30,000 gathered in the centre of Brussels to call for improved action on climate change.
No DNA of Mehdi Nemmouche found on door of Jewish Museum or revolver, they claim
The question of whether Eurosceptics will take over Europe was the key issue discussed on Raw Politics call-in show on Thursday evening.
Almost five years on from the attack on the Jewish Museum in Brussels the trial opens for the main suspects. The cultural site is seeking to turn the page on the day it became a terror target, to become a space for dialogue and exchange.
On Your Call, Raw Politics tackles the growing discontent in Europe with callers across the bloc and The Telegraph's Brussels Correspondent James Crisp and Greek MEP, Eva Kali.
The budget fixes the deficit at 2%, but lacks innovation and runs scared of EU spending limits, while some say despite the government's claims of reforms, it is business as usual.
The Smurfs, those blue cartoon characters, are expected to take their 60th anniversary celebration show on tour in 2019
The police said the motive was unclear but the spokesperson for the prosecutor's office, Ine Van Wymersch, said it was not believed to have been a terrorist attack.
Protesters in Brussels and Budapest have made headlines over the weekend... for very different reasons.
British Prime Minister Theresa May appears convinced the EU will supply her with something to win her parliamentary vote, now due in January, but more and more voices are calling for a second referendum.
Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker caught on camera in tense exchange at Brexit summit.
EU leaders were in Brussels on Thursday for the last council summit of the year.
As the EU Summit wraps up in Brussels today, the EU27 say they've agreed the Irish backstop should only be temporary
Protestors and police clash in Brussels
Take a look at Euronews' Raw Politics panel debating the latest Brexit developments.
While the wet weather in Brussels can dampen the spirits of some, Ireland's Permanent Representation to the EU has found a small silver lining.
Thousands of people marched in Brussels on Sunday (December 2) to "Claim the Climate" in a demonstration ahead of COP24 climate conference.
The anti-tax 'gilets jaunes' movement has spread from France to Belgium, with protesters in Brussels marching against economic inequalities.