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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 the Flemish Region and Belgium. The City of Brussels is also the administrative centre of the European Union, as it hosts a number of principal EU institutions in its European Quarter.

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Brussels recommends freezing €7.5 billion in EU funds to Hungary [Video]

Brussels recommends freezing €7.5 billion in EU funds to Hungary

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Brussels recommends freezing €7.5 billion in EU funds to Hungary over rule of law concerns [Video]

Brussels recommends freezing €7.5 billion in EU funds to Hungary over rule of law concerns

The European Commission believes the reforms undertaken by Budapest so far to ensure EU money is not misused did not go far enough.

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Brussels bombings trial starts with mammoth jury selection [Video]

Brussels bombings trial starts with mammoth jury selection

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Brussels to decide if EU funds for Hungary should be blocked [Video]

Brussels to decide if EU funds for Hungary should be blocked

The European Commission is considering freezing cohesion funds for Budapest after the Hungarian government implemented 17 measures to tackle corruption concerns. Brussels will make a decision based on..

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Brussels to have increased police presence for football matches - mayor [Video]

Brussels to have increased police presence for football matches - mayor

A street in Brussels was badly damaged after a group of angry football fans flung furniture and scooters and put a car on fire.

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EU should not start trade war with US over Inflation Reduction Act - expert [Video]

EU should not start trade war with US over Inflation Reduction Act - expert

Brussels and Washington are at odds over the United States' Inflation Reduction Act.

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World Cup riots in Brussels after Morocco beat Belgium [Video]

World Cup riots in Brussels after Morocco beat Belgium

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Brussels recommends billions in EU funds be withheld from Hungary [Video]

Brussels recommends billions in EU funds be withheld from Hungary

The European Commission's assessment is that Budapest has not delivered on its reforms to ensure EU funds are not misappropriated and it has decided to refer the matter to the Council.

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Brussels ends 15 years of special rule-of-law surveillance on Romania [Video]

Brussels ends 15 years of special rule-of-law surveillance on Romania

The European Commission concluded Romania had made enough progress on anti-corruption legislation and judicial reforms.

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Energy crisis: Brussels unveils first-ever EU cap on gas prices but only as 'last resort' [Video]

Energy crisis: Brussels unveils first-ever EU cap on gas prices but only as 'last resort'

After months of political pressure, the European Commission has presented a formal proposal to prevent high gas prices.

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“Sleepless nights are ahead of us” Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić [Video]

“Sleepless nights are ahead of us” Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić

The EU's top diplomat Josep Borrell, accused Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić and Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti of showing "unconstructive behaviour,” in particular, Kosovo, during emergency..

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Serbia and Kosovo failed to reach license plate deal at Brussels emergency meeting [Video]

Serbia and Kosovo failed to reach license plate deal at Brussels emergency meeting

The proposal the EU put forward was accepted by Serbia but rejected by Kosovo, High Representative Josep Borrell said.

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Ukraine fatigue and Iran protests: MEPs debate EU response in Brussels talk show [Video]

Ukraine fatigue and Iran protests: MEPs debate EU response in Brussels talk show

Brussels, my love? is a new talk show on Euronews hosted by EU affairs correspondent Méabh Mc Mahon.

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One police officer killed, another injured in knife attack in Brussels [Video]

One police officer killed, another injured in knife attack in Brussels

Local media reported that the suspect had suffered gunshot wounds to the legs and abdomen and was transferred to the hospital.

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Russians are 'inhumane' and use torture, famous Mariupol survivor says [Video]

Russians are 'inhumane' and use torture, famous Mariupol survivor says

Ukrainian military medic Yulia "Taira" Paievska was captured by Russian forces during the siege of the key port city. She talked to Euronews in Brussels about her experience.

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Soaring inflation sparks protest and store closures in a Brussels shopping centre [Video]

Soaring inflation sparks protest and store closures in a Brussels shopping centre

The rising cost of living sparks protest organised by the CNE in a Brussels shopping centre.

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France-Italy migrant row: Reactions from Brussels [Video]

France-Italy migrant row: Reactions from Brussels

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Brussels calls for faster military mobility and stronger cyber defence [Video]

Brussels calls for faster military mobility and stronger cyber defence

The proposals aim to ensure that the bloc's transport infrastructure can be used by heavy military equipment.

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Ocean Viking: Brussels demands 'immediate disembarkation' of migrant rescue ship [Video]

Ocean Viking: Brussels demands 'immediate disembarkation' of migrant rescue ship

The European Commission said the situation onboard the vessel "has reached a critical level and needs to be urgently addressed to avoid a humanitarian tragedy."

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Brussels proposes new EU fiscal rules to turn the page on austerity [Video]

Brussels proposes new EU fiscal rules to turn the page on austerity

The new rules will give EU countries greater flexibility to design their own fiscal plans, which will need to ensure a gradual decline of public debt.

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Universal government spending may lead to higher inflation in Eurozone, Brussels warns [Video]

Universal government spending may lead to higher inflation in Eurozone, Brussels warns

The European Commission has warned eurozone countries that the "significant" fiscal expansion they are adopting to fight the energy crisis may worsen inflation. It urged common-currency nations to move..

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Brussels, my love? Watch our new Euronews talk show from the heart of the EU [Video]

Brussels, my love? Watch our new Euronews talk show from the heart of the EU

The first episode of the show featured panellists Philippe Lamberts, a Belgian MEP who co-chairs the Greens group in the European Parliament; Maria Demertzis, deputy director at the Bruegel think tank;..

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Italy PM Giorgia Meloni hails 'frank, positive' exchange with EU leaders in first Brussels trip [Video]

Italy PM Giorgia Meloni hails 'frank, positive' exchange with EU leaders in first Brussels trip

Italy's new far-right leader met with the heads of the European Parliament, Commission and Council on her first trip to Brussels since taking office.

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Italy's new PM Meloni makes her first trip to Brussels [Video]

Italy's new PM Meloni makes her first trip to Brussels

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REPLAY: France's Macron delivers speech after EU summit in Brussels [Video]

REPLAY: France's Macron delivers speech after EU summit in Brussels

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