Royalty from across Europe paid their final respects to Luxembourg's former monarch at his funeral on Saturday.
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.
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.
A few weeks ago, Luxembourg hosted the first edition of the Stand, Speak, Rise up forum to end sexual violence in fragile environments. A platform designed “to connect stakeholders and survivors”
MPs voted against Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal this week, as well as rejecting crashing out of the EU with no deal and for an extension to Article 50. But what does this mean now?
An "icy silence" was reported among some of the audience at the EU-Arab League summit after Luxembourg's prime minister reminded fellow leaders that his sexual orientation could see him prosecuted in some of their countries.
Luxembourg is to become the first country in the world to scrap fares on all public transport.
The Greek master dazzles alongside the Luxembourg Philharmonic.
In Vienna, Austria and Italy's far-right interior ministers suggested that the European Union hold migrants rescued at sea on ships for days while an initial screening of their chances of obtaining asylum is carried out
Hungary’s foreign minister Peter Szijjarto has hit back at Jean Asselborn’s claims that Viktor Orban was a “dictator”.
Infants from the best places to be born are up to 50 times more likely to die in the first month of life
As the Paradise Papers scandal unfolds, the Prime Minister of Luxembourg wants "regulation that obliges everyone to pay taxes".
Just 16-thousand migrants have been moved from Italy and Greece under a controversial EU relocation scheme.
Two trains have collided after one ignored a stop sign in Luxembourg near the French border, killing one person and injuring six.
One person has died and six people have been injured following the collision between a goods and passenger train in Luxembourg near the French border.
Luxembourg has launched criminal proceedings against “unknown persons” in response to the Volkswagen diesel emissions scandal.
In a sign of further splits within the EU on migration, Luxembourg’s Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn has slammed Austrian proposals to create asylum centres outside the…
The European Union should show Hungary the door as its anti-migrant policies and razor-wire fences will undermine its values, says Luxembourg’s
Two French whistleblowers have been convicted in the so-called LuxLeaks tax scandal, but have avoided jail.
The trial has begun of a French journalist and two former staff of accountancy firm PriceWaterhouseCoopers who are accused of leaking details of
A summary of the main points about the LuxLeaks scandal
Antoine Deltour is the man at the heart of one of the biggest scandals of the last few years. He is going on trial in Luxembourg accused of having
Two former employees of the accountancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) go on trial today in Luxembourg along with a French journalist. Antoine
Against a backdrop of deep divisions within the EU over the migration crisis, the bloc’s six founding members put on a united front at a meeting in
Luxembourgers are the multilingual champions of the EU while the Irish, Bulgarians, Austrians and Hungarians are among the worst, latest official
Speeding up the relocation of refugees, strengthening borders and fighting human trafficking are up for discussion, as EU interior ministers meet in