A look back at the week's Brussels coverage on Raw Politics.
Hundreds of protesters gathered outside a Brussels courthouse on Wednesday to show support for 12 people on trial for helping undocumented migrants.
Candidacies for the European Commission presidency are starting to be announced. But who will take the top job?
The meals are being served at the Place de la Monnaie in Brussels to those in need of a hot meal as part of a Red Cross winter initiative.
A new trial will see 15 of the €500 electric scooters appear around the European Commission and European Parliament.
A strike of baggage handlers at Brussels Airport is likely to continue until Tuesday evening, after talks with management ended without an agreement late on Sunday.
The strike, which had not been called by the unions in advance, began on Thursday evening.
On Sunday, Sebastien Bellin hovered behind the starting line of the Brussels marathon - two-and-a-half years after wondering whether or not he'd be able to walk again.
The EU has been leading the way on data privacy against tech giants and Apple CEO Tim Cook was in Brussels to talk data and privacy.
"It is time for the rest of the world, including my home country, to follow your lead. We at Apple are in full support of a comprehensive federal privacy law
UK's PM says she wants the EU "to remain strong"
Leaders require top security and the Belgian police force have a mammoth task on their hands when the heads of state or government come to town for a summit.
If you're living in Britain, the issue might weigh heavy on your mind, but do people in the rest of the world care about Brexit?
British ministers met on Monday for a 'pizza summit' to discuss British Prime Minister Therea May's Brexit plans ahead of a key EU summit.
After two days that mainly centred around speculation concerning Brexit, the EU summit concluded with little progress made
Gordon Sondland tells Euronews that US-EU relations are like a ‘long-term faithful marriage’ which will improve despite the trade row with Donald Trump.
On today's Raw Politics, the team looked at the rising tensions between Italy and Brussels over the country's draft budget and the high stakes behind a crucial Brexit summit later this week.
Ireland’s foreign minister Simon Coveney told Euronews in an exclusive interview that his country expects “the British Prime Minister to follow through on her commitments".
From the European Parliament, Raw Politics brings you the stories making headlines in Brussels today.
EU's top diplomat says 'a full investigation needed' into Khashoggi's disappearance.
A campaign-style video released by Hungarian government spokesperson takes direct aim at Guy Verhofstadt.and his alleged views on migration. But is this just a piece of political propaganda for the 2019 European elections?
The British prime minister is hemmed in on all sides as the ongoing deadlock over the Irish border threatens to derail Brexit talks.
The Dutch master's artwork is brought to life through 3D technology at an exhibition at the Palais de la Bourse
Bono, U2 rockstar met the president of the European parliament Antonio Tajani and EU Council President Donald Tusk in Brussels, making the Bubble a place where art and politics collide.
Euronews journalists explain nicknames for EU leaders
Former Eurogroup head talks to Euronews about Greek debt crisis, drink and women and Brexit
A square in Brussels is today being renamed after the murdered British MP Jo Cox.
The 41-year-old was murdered in 2016 by right wing extremist Thomas Mair.
Theresa May has ruled out the Norway model, but what exactly does it look like?