The anti-tax 'gilets jaunes' movement has spread from France to Belgium, with protesters in Brussels marching against economic inequalities.
Thousands participated in "Action Day", organized by the unions
Several injured in a clash involving numerous stabbings outside the Turkish Consulate in Brussels as ex-pats vote on a constitutional referendum
Dairy farmers have sprayed tractor-loads of milk powder onto a European Council building in Brussels to protest about low prices.
Military personnel took to the streets to demonstrate against plans to increase their retirement age from 56 to 63.
This is the Brief from Brussels.
From July 1, under the so-called Macron law, foreign-based drivers must receive the French minimum wage
Belgian police used water cannon to disperse around a hundred people as clashes erupted during a protest in Brussels.
Belgian truck drivers and farmers are protesting against new toll rates by blocking roads and highways and the country's frontiers in Wallonia.
Belgian milk and producers have again protested against low prices by blocking roads. They say an EU decision to free up production and ending quotas
In this edition of Europe Weekly, the new president of the European Commission Jean Claude-Juncker becomes embroiled in a tax row after investigative