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Municipality of the Brussels-Capital Region and capital of Belgium

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City of Brussels: Municipality of the Brussels-Capital Region and capital of Belgium
The City of Brussels is the largest municipality and historical centre of the Brussels-Capital Region, as well as the capital of Belgium. It is also the administrative centre of the European Union, and is thus often dubbed, along with the region, the EU's capital city.

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The USA and European Union to coordinate on chip supply |Oneindia News [Video]

The USA and European Union to coordinate on chip supply |Oneindia News

Brussels and Washington will set up an early-warning system to detect semiconductor shortages: That decision coming out of the second EU-US Trade and Technology Council summit in Paris. Officials are..

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EU slashes growth forecast and predicts prices will rise faster than thought this year [Video]

EU slashes growth forecast and predicts prices will rise faster than thought this year

Brussels has been giving its economic forecast today.

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Question marks over Northern Ireland's place in single market, EU's Sefcovic tells Euronews [Video]

Question marks over Northern Ireland's place in single market, EU's Sefcovic tells Euronews

It comes amid a long-running dispute between London and Brussels over the Northern Ireland Protocol.

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Don't forget Syria, says EU foreign policy chief as international community raises over €6bn [Video]

Don't forget Syria, says EU foreign policy chief as international community raises over €6bn

The sixth annual conference on supporting the future of Syria was held in Brussels on Tuesday.

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Brussels to give 'opinion' on Ukraine EU membership bid in June [Video]

Brussels to give 'opinion' on Ukraine EU membership bid in June

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Brussels honours Breakfast at Tiffany's star Audrey Hepburn with garden and statue [Video]

Brussels honours Breakfast at Tiffany's star Audrey Hepburn with garden and statue

The birthplace of Audrey Hepburn have honoured the Breakfast at Tiffany's star by inaugurating a garden in her name, complete with a bronze bust of the film and fashion icon

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Brussels proposes to stop Russian oil imports by the end of the year [Video]

Brussels proposes to stop Russian oil imports by the end of the year

EU chief Ursula Von der Leyen has unveiled a proposal that would give EU countries until the end of the year to phase out imports of Russian oil.

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Ukrainian school for refugee children launches in Brussels [Video]

Ukrainian school for refugee children launches in Brussels

Another school will also be set up in Paris.

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Any EU country could be next victim of Russian energy cuts, Commission says [Video]

Any EU country could be next victim of Russian energy cuts, Commission says

The European Commission is due to publish proposals on a potential Russian oil embargo, following a meeting of energy ministers in Brussels.

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Germany could cope with Russian oil embargo by end of year, says minister [Video]

Germany could cope with Russian oil embargo by end of year, says minister

Diplomats say the EU is edging towards a ban on Russian oil imports by the end of 2022. A crisis meeting in Brussels is also seeking unity against Moscow's demand for gas payments in roubles.

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Brussels triggers rule of law mechanism for very first time against Hungary [Video]

Brussels triggers rule of law mechanism for very first time against Hungary

The Commission is coming after EU funds Orban and his allies are accused of having funneled away to line their pockets.

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Brussels agrees to 'Iberian exception' allowing Spain and Portugal to cap electricity prices [Video]

Brussels agrees to 'Iberian exception' allowing Spain and Portugal to cap electricity prices

The political agreement should result in electricity bills being temporarily halved for about 40% of Spanish and Portuguese consumers with regulated rates.

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'Significant win' for Brussels as France, Slovenia back pro-EU leaders [Video]

'Significant win' for Brussels as France, Slovenia back pro-EU leaders

There were congratulatory messages across the EU27 as French voters backed Macron over Le Pen, and people in Slovenia preferred liberal newcomer Robert Golob to populist PM Janez Janša.

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French presidential election: 'People in Brussels are quite worried' [Video]

French presidential election: 'People in Brussels are quite worried'

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Ukraine war: Mayor of Melitopol asks Brussels for more weapons in fight against Russia [Video]

Ukraine war: Mayor of Melitopol asks Brussels for more weapons in fight against Russia

Ivan Fedorov was in the Belgian capital as part of a Ukrainian delegation asking the EU for increased support.

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2015 Paris attacks: 14 alleged jihadist accomplices go on trial in Brussels [Video]

2015 Paris attacks: 14 alleged jihadist accomplices go on trial in Brussels

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A Brief History of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) [Video]

A Brief History of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)

A Brief History, of the North Atlantic, Treaty Organization (NATO). 'The Independent' reports that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is a political and military alliance between North..

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Ukraine deserves EU membership because 'we are fighting for Europe', says Zelenskyy advisor [Video]

Ukraine deserves EU membership because 'we are fighting for Europe', says Zelenskyy advisor

Ihor Zhovkva told Euronews that his country cannot afford to wait years for its application to be accepted by Brussels.

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Under one roof: the project providing integrated health and social care services [Video]

Under one roof: the project providing integrated health and social care services

An initiative has been set up in Brussels to provide medical care and other public services all under one roof. Smart Regions went to find out more.

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France election: Brussels favours Macron in second round of voting, says expert [Video]

France election: Brussels favours Macron in second round of voting, says expert

The French president will face far-right candidate Marine Le Pen on April 24.

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NGOs call on Brussels to do more to clamp down on trafficking as millions flee Ukraine [Video]

NGOs call on Brussels to do more to clamp down on trafficking as millions flee Ukraine

Women leaving Ukraine on their own are being targeted with sinister messages on social media, some promising "a free place for you in my bed."

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EU countries yet to reach agreement on fresh sanctions against Russia [Video]

EU countries yet to reach agreement on fresh sanctions against Russia

Ambassadors from across the bloc were meeting in Brussels on Wednesday to hammer out the final details of the new measures.

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Russia sanctions: NATO foreign ministers in Brussels for 2-day meeting [Video]

Russia sanctions: NATO foreign ministers in Brussels for 2-day meeting

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'After the discovery of scores of dead bodies in Boucha, Brussels is now looking to take action' [Video]

'After the discovery of scores of dead bodies in Boucha, Brussels is now looking to take action'

Credit: FRANCE 24 English     Duration: 01:52Published
Watch: Commission triggers rule of law mechanism against Hungary [Video]

Watch: Commission triggers rule of law mechanism against Hungary

Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen told MEPs that Brussels and Budapest have been unable to find common ground over corruption issues in Hungary.

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 02:30Published

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