The European Medicines Agency said the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine could potentially cause rare blood clots and Commission President von der Leyen got sidelined in Ankara. Here's a look at two key stories making the news in Brussels this week.
Spanish MEP Adrián Vázquez Lázara has told Euronews that Mediterranean products like olive oil should be left out of plans to introduce a mandatory food labelling system, designed to inform consumers of healthier choices.
As Spain passes a law classing food delivery riders as employees with full social benefits - we ask should there be EU-wide legislation? And we meet the Barcelona riders - who aren’t all happy.
Despite his party likely emerging victorious from Bulgaria's election on Sunday, plenty of hurdles lie ahead for Boyko Borissov, an expert has told Euronews.
The EU wants to become the world's leading vaccine producer in a bid to accelerate its sluggish inoculation campaign. Will it work?
The European Commission has approved a plan for France to provide up to €4 billion in aid to Air France, which has suffered from the collapse of passenger traffic due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Washington and Tehran said they would take part in indirect talks in Vienna next week, nearly three years after President Trump pulled the US out of the 2015 nuclear deal.
The conflict between Ethiopia's federal government and the semi-autonomous Tigray region erupted in early November 2020.
In a surprising decision, the court prevented the German President from signing off the ratification of the legal text that would enable the Commission to raise funds on the capital markets.
Increased paperwork and border checks have put small UK businesses under strain and left them wondering if exporting to the bloc is worth the hassle, a new survey shows.
EU heads of state and government held a videoconference Thursday as a third wave of the coronavirus hits the continent.
"China, Russia are conducting a policy of influence through the vaccine even before vaccinating their own population," France's top diplomat said on Friday.
Three months after vaccination campaigns started, fewer than 5% of the EU's 450 million residents have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19
The US Secretary of State said the controversial project "undermines basic EU principles" and poses a challenge to Ukraine and Poland.
European leaders will hold a videoconference Thursday where the vaccine rollout and the transatlantic relationship will be just some of the issues discussed.