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Luxembourg to legalise growing and using cannabis at home
Luxembourg’s government has announced changes to the law on cannabis, with plans to legalise growing and using the drug at home.
France raises bird flu alert level as cases reported in Europe
A case of bird flu has been detected in the Ardennes, while Belgium and Luxembourg have also reported infections.
Luxembourg’s PM taken to hospital after testing positive for COVID-19
Xavier Bettel was taken to hospital “as a precaution” a week after testing positive for coronavirus.
EU, US slap new sanctions on Belarus in response to Ryanair diversion
Foreign affairs ministers from all EU countries met in Luxembourg and agreed to blacklist 78 individuals and 8 entities believed to be closely involved with President Lukashenko's regime.
Belgium and Luxembourg share aircraft as part of efficiency drive
Belgium and Luxembourg have begun sharing aircraft in response to NATO’s long drive towards better interoperability.
Why this small, crowd-free country could be the perfect 2021 holiday
Luxembourg can be overlooked as a holiday destination. Here's why the small, quiet country could be the perfect holiday in 2021.
E-commerce giant Amazon wins appeal over Luxembourg tax rebates
The ruling is a blow to the European Union's attempt to curb corporate tax avoidance but the bloc could still appeal the decision.
Why doesn't the EU consider Luxembourg a tax haven?
The tiny Grand Duchy has been accused of being a tax haven after the OpenLux investigation revealed the country hosts 55,000 offshore companies.
Luxembourg rejects new tax haven claims
A year-long investigation by sixteen media outlets combed through four billion publicly-available documents found that a third of companies in Luxembourg are holdings that allow for favourable tax treatment.
Pompeo cancels EU trip amid apparent 'snub' by Luxembourg
Luxembourg declined to comment on the reason, but confirmed the planned trip had been cancelled.
'The difficulties of one state becomes the difficulties of them all'
12m full-time jobs could be lost in Europe because of this crisis - so what's the next move?
What can Luxembourg learn from Estonia about free public transport?
Luxembourg recently became the first country to make public transport free. But pioneers Tallinn have been doing it for years.
Luxembourg is first country in world to make public transport free
Next stop, huge debt? Luxembourg becomes the first country in the world to scrap charges for using public transport.
Foreign ministers discuss Turkey-Syria conflict
Foreign ministers met to weigh options for how the EU should respond to Turkey's invasion of Syria.
EU countries stalemate over migration relocation plans
After another tragic shipwreck in the central Mediterranean EU minsters gathered in Luxembourg to agree on a temporary system to relocate migrants rescued at sea. Member states have shown divisions over the possibility to host asylum seekers arriving in Italy and Malta.
Away from the media’s gaze, Ana Brnabić is failing to advocate for LGBT equality in Serbia ǀ View
A picture of the Serbian PM and her Luxembourg counterpart went viral earlier this month. [...] On the surface, the picture should be praised, but digging a little deeper into the LGBT policies of each country, it is little wonder that not all LGBT Serbs are getting out the bunting for Ana Brnabić.
No progress: MEPs lament Brexit stalemate
On Wednesday, the European Parliament will debate and vote on a resolution on Brexit and the possibility for another extension to avoid a No Deal Scenario.
Tornadoes and 'whirlwinds' cause havoc in parts of northern Europe
Parts of northern Europe experienced tornadoes and 'whirlwinds' on Friday evening.
'Time to try something else': Luxembourg official on cannabis policy
The minister insisted Luxembourg wouldn't become a cannabis tourism hotspot, mainly because non-residents wouldn't be allowed to buy it.
Luxembourg could become first EU country to fully legalise cannabis
In an interview with Politico, Health Minister Etienne Schneider confirmed his government's plans to legalise production and consumption of cannabis for recreational purposes, while calling other European countries to do the same.
Luxembourg PM says European elections 'a wake up call'
In an interview with Euronews, Luxembourg's prime minister reacted to the recent European elections and talked about what's next for the EU project.
Watch again: Funeral of Luxembourg’s ex-monarch Grand Duke Jean
Royalty from across Europe paid their final respects to Luxembourg's former monarch at his funeral on Saturday.
Luxembourg’s Grand Duke Jean dies aged 98
During his 36 years as Grand Duke, his country of half a million inhabitants wedged in between Belgium, Germany and France, turned from an industrial backwater into an international financial hub.
EU extends new protections for whistleblowers | Raw Politics
On Tuesday, the European Parliament voted to provide increased protections for whistleblowers in the EU. Euronews spoke with former whistleblower Antoine Deltour to ask him what he thought of these new protections.
Survivors of sexual violence speak out to pursue justice
A few weeks ago, Luxembourg hosted the first edition of the Stand, Speak, Rise up forum to end sexual violence in fragile environments.
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