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Apple against Brussels' bid to have one charger for all smartphones
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Brussels warns Spain over judicial appointments standoff
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European Parliament strongly backs legal rights for digital platform workers
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Brussels must not invent new conditions for EU membership, says Merkel
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Brussels admits link between COVID cash delays and respect for EU values
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Brussels braces itself for COVID passes to boost sluggish vaccination rate
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Brussels doctors to prescribe museum visits for stress
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Brussels working on fresh sanctions against Belarus over migrant influx
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Majority of Europeans want their countries to regulate crypto, not the EU - exclusive Euronews poll
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Brussels must stand up to Poland and Hungary on rule of law, says MEP
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Milk, bread and... a COVID jab? Vaccines given at Belgian supermarket
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Afghans in Belgium hope Taliban takeover will help their asylum cause
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Beatrice de Lavalette lost her legs in a terror attack. Now, she's competing in the Paralympics
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EU and Cuba clash after Brussels slams arrest of protesters
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Diamond League: Christine Mboma wins 200m as Dina Asher-Smith third in BrusselsNamibian Christine Mboma wins the women's 200m in a time of 21.84 seconds as Great Britain's Dina Asher-Smith finishes in third at the Diamond League in Brussels.
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Brussels puts digital sales tax plan on ice after US pressureThe European Union has paused plans for an online sales tax that would have affected US tech giants such as Amazon.
PM battles to avoid sausage trade war with EU as showdown looms over Northern Ireland ProtocolBoris Johnson is battling to avoid a sausage trade war with Brussels which could see chilled meats barred from shops in Northern Ireland from the end of this month.
Sausage ban 'nonsensical', UK tells Brussels ahead of Northern Ireland talksEnvironment Secretary George Eustice has described a ban on exporting sausages and processed meats from Great Britain to Northern Ireland agreed as part of the Brexit process as "nonsensical".
EU to ban Belarusian jets from airspace over regime critic snatched from planeBrussels is to ban Belarusian planes from EU airspace as it ramps up pressure on the Minsk regime over the forced diversion of a passenger jet and arrest of a government critic.
Foreign secretary to urge NATO allies to tackle Russia threatForeign Secretary Dominic Raab will call on NATO allies to take on the threat from Russia on Wednesday as he meets with foreign ministers in Brussels.
Blocking vaccine exports will harm EU reputation, minister warns BrusselsDefence Secretary Ben Wallace has warned any bid by the EU to block coronavirus vaccine exports to the UK would be "counterproductive" and damage the bloc's reputation globally.
EU leaders need an efficient vaccine programme to save their reputationsAmidst the turmoil and rancour in Brussels, there is one sure thing today - the name of AstraZeneca will be in the headlines again.
BoE's Bailey warns EU against 'dubious' attempt to grab multi-trillion clearing businessBank of England governor Andrew Bailey has warned Brussels against creating a "serious escalation" by forcing firms to relocate euro clearing business away from the UK.
Barnier stands firm on financial services talks as Amsterdam claims win over CityMichel Barnier, who led the EU's Brexit negotiations, has signalled Brussels will not climb down from its demands of the UK if a financial services deal is to be secured.
Don't pick a fight with us over City access, BoE boss warns BrusselsBank of England Governor Andrew Bailey has urged the EU not to pick a fight over post-Brexit access for financial services and accused it of demanding tougher standards of the UK than other countries.
Brussels has 'binding orders' for AstraZeneca jab, says EU chiefA contract between Brussels and AstraZeneca for its COVID-19 vaccine contains binding orders, EU chief Ursula von der Leyen has said.
Roger Daltrey responds to backlash over post-Brexit music touring commentsRoger Daltrey says he's not changed his opinion on the EU and is "glad to be free of Brussels", despite signing an open letter calling on the government to urgently establish visa-free travel for..
EU briefed by India, China on border clashesThe European Union has been briefed by both New Delhi and Beijing on the recent India-China border clashes, with Brussels welcoming the recent de-escalatory steps between the two countries.
Brussels adds George Floyd memorial to large mural collectionBrussels added to its large collection of murals on Thursday with a newly commissioned work in memory of African-American George Floyd, whose killing by police has sparked global protests against..
Black EU lawmaker says victim of police violence in BrusselsA black European Union lawmaker said on Wednesday she was a victim of "extremely traumatic" police violence outside a Brussels railway station, and lodged a complaint against Belgian police.
Low expectations as Johnson joins EU leaders to break Brexit deadlockBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson will join a video-conference with EU leaders on Monday, keen to make headway in negotiations on a future EU-UK relationship, but officials in Brussels expect no..
A (cancelled) plane, train and automobile: European travel in a pandemicThree months ago, the trip from Brussels to Warsaw involved a direct flight of about two hours, plus travel to and from airports.
Should we remove statues of Congo's coloniser king, Belgian councillor asksA Brussels councillor has urged a debate on what to do with statues of Belgian King Leopold II, the brutal coloniser of what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo, which have been defaced by..
Belgians return to bars and restaurants but not without virus fearsSitting at the Roy d'Espagne terrace on the Grand Place in Brussels, Ian Panne enjoyed his first beer in a restaurant after Belgium eased almost 12 weeks of coronavirus lockdown.
No progress in latest round of EU-Brexit talks, Barnier saysThe latest round of talks between Britain and the European Union made no significant progress this week, the EU's chief negotiator said on Friday, saying London and Brussels remained far apart on..
UK PM Johnson to go to Brussels next month for Brexit talks: The TimesBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson will resume Brexit talks in Brussels next month, the Times newspaper reported on Thursday.
Visitors return to European landmarks, but only in miniatureVisitors were back at the Eiffel Tower in Paris, London's Houses of Parliament and the Grand Place in Brussels on Monday, not flouting lockdowns but at the reopened Mini-Europe miniature theme park.
EU executive defends China envoy over censored op-edEuropean Union headquarters in Brussels on Friday defended the bloc's ambassador to China after admitting he did not consult the bloc's national envoys in Beijing on an opinion piece they authored for..
Belgian chefs lay down jackets to protest at lockdownHundreds of chefs' jackets were laid down in the center of Brussels on Thursday to highlight the plight of hotels, restaurants and cafes that have been shuttered for nearly two months during the..
EU offers more aid, membership to Balkans in riposte to China, RussiaThe European Union's 27 leaders on Wednesday gave their "unequivocal support" for the six Balkan countries to eventually become members of the bloc and offered them more financial support as Brussels..
Britain confident of EU deal this year but EU says UK must budge: sourcesBritain is confident it can get a deal on its future ties with the European Union if Brussels starts treating it as an independent negotiator, a source close to the British negotiating team said on..
Belgian elderly get a lift from cherry-picking platformsResidents of a care home in Brussels got the chance to see family members in person for the first time since mid-March on Monday thanks to a raised platform normally used for window cleaning or picking..
Once victims of their own success, Belgian tourist spots emptied by coronavirusBelgium's historic city centres of Bruges and Brussels, usually so busy with visitors that authorities have considered limiting tourists, are facing an unprecedented challenge as the coronavirus..
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Etihad to operate special flights to Europe, Japan this month: statementAbu Dhabi’s Etihad Airways said on Sunday it would operate special flights to Brussels, Dublin, London, Tokyo and Zurich between April 14 and 22.
Exclusive - 'Things under control': how Europe sleepwalked into the coronavirus crisisBarely a month before Europe embarked on a scramble for masks, ventilators and testing kits to fight coronavirus, governments told Brussels their healthcare systems were ready and there was no need to..
Hungary wants EU to scrap duties on imports that help fight virusHungary will ask Brussels to scrap all duties on products imported from outside the EU that are used for protection against the coronavirus, Prime Minister Viktor Orban's chief of staff said on..
Belgian shelter helps homeless cope with coronavirus lockdownA Red Cross-run homeless shelter in an abandoned office block in Brussels is helping the city's homeless observe Belgium's lockdown to fight the coronavirus, although some on the streets are wary of..
Armed with lessons from Ebola, Africa braces for coronavirus surgeWhen a passenger arriving from Brussels at Cameroon's Yaounde Nsimalen airport on Saturday was found to have a temperature, health officials say he was whisked to a hospital and diagnosed inside four..
EU offers an Ode to Spring to soothe coronavirus nervesThe European Commission closed its daily briefing in Brussels on Tuesday with a poem, to bring some cheer amid the coronavirus gloom.
Head of EU parliament Sassoli in self-isolation as precautionThe president of the European Parliament Davide Sassoli said on Tuesday he was in self-isolation at his Brussels home as a precaution after having traveled to Italy.
Turkish President Erdogan to visit Brussels March 9The European Council said on Sunday that Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan will visit Brussels on March 9, to discuss EU-Turkey matters including Syria and migration.
EU Council suffers second coronavirus caseA second coronavirus case was detected at the Council of the European Union in Brussels last week and 46 staff were asked to stay at home and monitor their health, according to an email sent seen by..
EU, Turkey in stand-off over funds to tackle new migrant crisisThe European Union is scrambling for a new agreement with Turkey to prevent migrants from Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan and beyond flooding into the EU. But there is little sign so far that Ankara is ready..
EU urges solidarity as coronavirus strains medical suppliesEuropean Union officials held an emergency meeting in Brussels to urge solidarity among the 27 EU countries as they try to cope with potential shortages of medicine and protective gear caused by the..
EU parliament moves session from France over virus riskThe European Parliament has exceptionally moved its planned session in Strasbourg, France, next week to Brussels because of concerns about the coronavirus risk.
India, EU postpone summit over coronavirusAs European Union institutions in Brussels showed their first cases of coronavirus, India, and the EU postponed the bilateral summit scheduled for March 13. MEA spokesperson said that India and the EU..
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Britain and EU split over financial market accessBritain wants a stable relationship with the European Union for "decades to come" in financial services, finance minister Sajid Javid said on Tuesday, only to receive an instant rebuttal from Brussels.