With 394 MEPs in favour and 206 against Christine Lagarde won the European Parliament approval to lead the European Central Bank.
Sarah Thomas, 37, set off from Dover on Sunday morning and completed the gruelling feat in 54 hours and 13 minutes, according to a swim tracker.
Brussels is the de facto capital of the Comic Book and each year thousands of visitors gather for a festival dedicated to all things cartoon. But its not just for laughs. Fictional characters offer the opportunity to discuss more serious subject matter. We went to find out.
EU's air pollutant emissions decreased 'significantly' in past 28 years: report
US 'locked and loaded' as oil prices surge after Saudi oil attack
Police fired tear gas as demonstrations turned violent.
Hong Kong protesters plan shopping mall sit-ins after hill-top human chains
Johannes Hahn defended the controversial European way of life portfolio in an exclusive interview with Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey.
Carrie Lam says she will prioritise housing, livelihoods.
Portugal parliament condemns plan for dictatorship museum
France's National Assembly leader put under investigation in graft probe
Anti-Kremlin candidate wins Moscow assembly seat with help of army votes - data
Pope says Britain should obey U.N., return islands, including U.S. base
Neymar rape accuser charged with extortion
UK summons Iran ambassador, says assurances over oil tanker breached
Carmakers near CO2 cliff-edge in electrification race
Bowled out by Brexit, former PM May honours cricket hero Geoffrey Boycott
British Airways pilots ground planes in unprecedented 48-hour strike
A new report found that EU member states are introducing new fossil fuel subsidies and not providing plans to phase them out.
"We now consider it possible that Norwegian right-wing extremists will try to carry out terrorist acts in the coming year," the country's Police Security Service said.
Tesa Arcilla is joined by politicians and journalists to discuss the major political issues that are defining and dividing Europe today.
Holding a General Election to try to break a Brexit impasse would be an 'enormous gamble' for the Prime Minister according to a former Labour Minister.
Boris Johnson yesterday demanded rebels in his own party support him,threatening to hiokd a General Election if they didn't.
Spain rescues almost 200 migrants in the Mediterranean
Migrants disembark from German rescue ship seized in Italy
Hong Kong on edge after weekend of clashes, airport disruption
Opera stars tell Euronews about their experiences in the industry amid Plácido Domingo sexual harassment claims