This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from the EU's de facto political capital.
David Haines’ widow says she hopes the two British Islamic State militants captured in Syria last month will be tried and jailed for life.
A cleanup operation is underway in Croatia after huge amounts of rubbish washed up in Dubrovnik's Old Town port, including a weapon from World War Two.
More and more people are beginning to stand up for the rights of animals in the countries of the former Yugoslavia.
Switzerland will be at next summer’s FIFA World Cup after beating Northern Ireland One Nil on aggregate in the all-or-nothing two-leg play-offs. The
Switzerland's 1-0 win over Northern Ireland was marked by controversy
Croatian writer wanted to cast spotlight onto countries on refugee route.
He found work via a TV show and a former army leader, now he wants to help other immigrants do the same.
Some outstanding displays of technical prowess in the Croatian capital with the Hungarian anthem ringing out at the close of proceedings
Hospitals and houses have been flooded in Croatia following torrential rain in the Istrin peninsula.
In Croatia, a forest fire broke out above Zivogosce, a village on the Makarska Riviera.
The fire is now under control, thanks to the efforts of
Firefighters in Croatia have brought a blaze under control after it spread over 10 acres of forest
Five pocketsize islands around Europe to stay from 2 to 24 hours.
Hvar introduces tourist fines for tourists behaving inappropriately
In a row that centres on the Bay of Piran, judges have granted Slovenia unhindered access to international waters in the Adriatic Sea
Hundreds of taxi drivers on Wednesday blocked one of the Croatian capital’s main boulevards with their cars to protest against the taxi-requesting
Young men in Croatia stay at home with their parents well into their 30s – the longest in the EU.
New legislation comes into effect to tighten document checks across the EU, particularly in countries at the bloc's external borders.
Croatia's Constitutional Court has rejected a call to ban abortion, saying the legislation does not breach the country's constitution. However, the court urged parliament to pass new abortion legislat