The UK's exit from the EU came more than three and a half years after the 2016 Brexit referendum. But major challenges lie ahead in determining the future relationship.
Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey on how COVID-19 has changed the restaurant experience in Brussels.
A very rapid decision is needed over whether to remove statues of Belgium's colonial-era king, Leopold II, Brussels' heritage minister has told Euronews.
“There is quite obviously a potential for improvement," said the architect of Sweden's coronavirus strategy on Tuesday.
Yolanda Nauwelaers and Timothy Dekeyser are thought to be one of the first couples in Europe to wed in the presence of invitees since lockdown was imposed in March.
Angela Merkel sets of the role of EU in the aftermath of coronavirus as she prepares to lead the presidency of EU council
Small social gatherings are allowed again in Belgium after an easing of the country's COVID-19 lockdown rules. But there is a caveat - it has to be with the same four people for the time being.
As EU leaders meet to thrash out the details of the financial recovery, we look at the debates raging across European capitals.
A Greek MEP is offering his psychiatric services for free amid the coronavirus lockdown
Easter usually means bumper sales for Belgium's chocolate industry. But this year the coronavirus lockdown is leaving retailers with a bitter taste in their mouths.
The EU commision has a clear message for member states: medical equipment must be shared within the bloc. The commission President said no country has the capacity to produce on its own what will be needed to fight against coronavirus.
President Erdogan will visit Brussels on Monday for a one-day trip, his office said, amid a row between Turkey and the EU over migrants and refugees.
France’s foreign minister warns the UK and EU could ‘rip each other apart’ in upcoming negotiations, as Britain prepares to set out a robust position.
In a highly symbolic moment, two officials at the European Council building in Brussels lowered the British flag before folding it and taking it away.
A famous sculpture in Brussels has gone all British ahead of Brexit on Friday.
A cross-section of Belgium's workforce are out on the streets. They are calling for a 1,500 euro per month pension, a 2,300 euro minimum salary for public sector workers. and to reduce the retirement age back down to 65 from 67.
The former monarch has acknowledged he is the biological father of artist Delphine Boël, whose paternity claim he has been battling for years.
The country remains without a government, and critical decisions on the climate crisis, budget and migration are on hold. The question is - will they beat their own score? From 2010-2011 Belgium got the Guinness World record for longest time without a government in peacetime.
Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaidó was in Brussels to try and revive support for tougher sanctions on Venezuela's president, Nicolás Maduro
The EU and many other governments recognize opposition leader Juan Guaido as Venezuela’s interim president. They say Nicolas Maduro wasn’t legitimately re-elected last year.
The EU wants to be part of that process and might be ready for some sort of military mission to monitor the agreement, the bloc's foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said.
So what are they worried about?
Brussels bureau chooses the words of the year 2019, from 'revuelta' to 'restauration', learn a new word to define the last 365 days in Europe.
European healthcare professionals say their field is lagging behind when it comes to digitising and sharing patients’ health information. This could be putting lives at risk.
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It is one of the most congested capitals in Europe, and a new transport minister hopes to strike a balance between helping people get around and cutting carbon emissions.