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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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Economy, migration, climate change: Voters' main concerns ahead of elections [Video]

Economy, migration, climate change: Voters' main concerns ahead of elections

Euronews correspondents spoke to European citizens in Brussels about what their main concerns are ahead of the EU vote.

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Experts debate how to fix Europe's water issues, from pollution to climate change [Video]

Experts debate how to fix Europe's water issues, from pollution to climate change

As part of the European Union's Green Week event in Brussels, Euronews science correspondent Jeremy Wilks quizzed experts about water pollution, droughts, and floods and asked when we will wise up..

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State of the Union: EU struggles for the right Middle East policy [Video]

State of the Union: EU struggles for the right Middle East policy

The crisis in the Middle East, the Franco-German vision for the next mandate and the upcoming EU elections were among the key topics discussed around Brussels this week.

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WATCH: Europalia festival gets Brussels dancing [Video]

WATCH: Europalia festival gets Brussels dancing

Around 65 dancers gathered at Brussels' Place de la Bourse for a dress rehearsal of 'Drumming' by Belgian choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker.

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Norway hands over recognition documents to Palestinian prime minister in Brussels [Video]

Norway hands over recognition documents to Palestinian prime minister in Brussels

Oslo has formalised its support for Palestinian statehood in a largely symbolic move that has infuriated the Israeli government.

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Farmers wheel plaster cows through Brussels to demand 'fair' milk prices [Video]

Farmers wheel plaster cows through Brussels to demand 'fair' milk prices

Dozens of dairy farmers from across Europe demonstrated in Brussels on Monday to demand 'fair' milk prices and income.

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Dairy farmers protest in Brussels over low price of milk [Video]

Dairy farmers protest in Brussels over low price of milk

About a hundred farmers protested in front of European Union institutions, calling for a law on the price of dairy products

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Brussels, my love? The future of the Green Deal after the elections [Video]

Brussels, my love? The future of the Green Deal after the elections

In this edition of our weekly talk show, host Stefan Grobe and his guests talk about the future of the Green Deal after the elections, the situation of the electric cars market in Europe and why..

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Germany's far-right AfD party expelled from European Parliament group [Video]

Germany's far-right AfD party expelled from European Parliament group

The move comes as a Greens politician told reporters in Brussels that the EU's far-right parties are a "major risk" to the continent.

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Brussels, my love? MEPs' side jobs: how can the EU be more transparent? [Video]

Brussels, my love? MEPs' side jobs: how can the EU be more transparent?

In this edition, we look at what lawmakers' extracurricular activities mean for their core role.

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From crisis to cooperation: how the EU handled the troubled 2019-2024 era [Video]

From crisis to cooperation: how the EU handled the troubled 2019-2024 era

The current EU Parliament and Commission had just begun the work of their five-year agenda when it was derailed by Covid-19 and then the Ukraine war. As the institutions' mandate enters a final phase,..

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Brussels, my love? What's on voters' minds, one month before mammoth elections [Video]

Brussels, my love? What's on voters' minds, one month before mammoth elections

In this edition, we zoom in on the spike in violent attacks against politicians and check what topics will get Europeans out voting this June.

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Polish farmers stage parliament sit-in against Ukraine imports and EU regulations [Video]

Polish farmers stage parliament sit-in against Ukraine imports and EU regulations

An influx of grain from Ukraine has compounded existing grievances against what farmers describe as punitive environmental regulations from Brussels.

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Brussels agrees to send €3bn from frozen Russian assets to aid Ukraine [Video]

Brussels agrees to send €3bn from frozen Russian assets to aid Ukraine

Diplomats agreed the controversial plans at a meeting on Wednesday – but some say they don’t go far enough.

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Police search offices of far-right MEP over Chinese espionage allegations [Video]

Police search offices of far-right MEP over Chinese espionage allegations

Law enforcement on Tuesday morning conducted searches in the Brussels offices of Maximilian Krah, the far-right MEP whose assistant has been arrested for allegedly spying for China.

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EU migration deals with Egypt and Tunisia have to be 'revised,' says Nicolas Schmit [Video]

EU migration deals with Egypt and Tunisia have to be 'revised,' says Nicolas Schmit

The multi-million deals that Brussels has signed with neighbouring countries to decrease irregular migration have to be "revised," says Nicolas Schmit, the lead candidate of the European socialists for..

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Brussels moves to close rule of law procedure against Poland [Video]

Brussels moves to close rule of law procedure against Poland

The European Commission has announced it is taking the first steps to close the Article 7 procedure against Poland.

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EU hosts defence forum to rally Europe's military industry behind Ukraine [Video]

EU hosts defence forum to rally Europe's military industry behind Ukraine

The defence industry forum was held in Brussels to discuss cooperation and increase ammunition production for Kyiv in response to Russia's ongoing aggression.

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Revealed: MEPs’ millions in outside earnings [Video]

Revealed: MEPs’ millions in outside earnings

Transparency International has called for stricter controls on EU lawmakers, as a report shows many hold lucrative positions with firms that also lobby Brussels.

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Brussels, my love? Press under pressure all across the EU [Video]

Brussels, my love? Press under pressure all across the EU

In this edition, we zoom in on dwindling press freedom in Europe and check how Europe is doing 20 years after the big bang enlargement.

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Polish Conservatives warn against 'Brussels elites' ahead of election [Video]

Polish Conservatives warn against 'Brussels elites' ahead of election

Conservative Law and Justice party (PiS) presented its candidates for the European Parliament today in Warsaw. During the convention, PiS politicians warned against the so-called European elites.

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Brussels, my love? Bumper Strasbourg session brings term to an end [Video]

Brussels, my love? Bumper Strasbourg session brings term to an end

This edition comes to you from Strasbourg where MEPs voted on no fewer than 90 files.

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Mike Pence: U.S. will continue to support Ukraine [Video]

Mike Pence: U.S. will continue to support Ukraine

Former U.S. vice president Mike Pence is confident that U.S. military support for Ukraine is forthcoming. Such a congressional approval has the support of majorities of the political parties as well..

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EU leaders want to talk competitiveness at Brussels summit [Video]

EU leaders want to talk competitiveness at Brussels summit

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How do the EU's new disability cards facilitate cross-border travel? [Video]

How do the EU's new disability cards facilitate cross-border travel?

In this episode of Real Economy, Euronews reporter Paul Hackett travels to Ljubljana and Brussels to learn how Europe's new disability and parking cards aim to facilitate cross-border travel and..

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Police have reportedly shot dead a suspected gunman who killed two people before an international football match in Brussels.
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