Around 10,000 people took part in a protest march in Brussels on Sunday calling for an end to violence against women, police said, a day after similar demonstrations in France and Italy.

France and Germany outlined separate proposals for reforming NATO on Wednesday after President Emmanuel Macron slammed the alliance as experiencing "brain death", causing uproar just

Recently, a number of deputies from the European Parliament have sent a letter to the Spanish authorities, demanding them to pay attention to Alexander Chikovani's activities, who is wanted

European Union members wrangled over the rules for joining their club on Tuesday, after France triggered anger by seeking to postpone bids from Albania and North Macedonia.

Belgium captain Eden Hazard on Monday said the 2018 World Cup bronze medallists are "stronger" than they were a year ago and have developed a "winning mentality".


Asylum-seekers crowded into "hotspots" in Greece and Italy face limbo that can drag on for years because of legal bottlenecks and poorly performing EU schemes, a report said Wednesday.

Food products from Israeli-occupied territories must be labelled as such to avoid misleading consumers, the EU's top court ruled Tuesday, in particular if they come from settlements in those

The EU on Friday formally established its first standalone border force, boosting the Frontex service with a new permanent corps that will number 10,000 officers by 2027.

The European Commission on Wednesday urged Greece to speed up the processing of asylum-seekers as a jump in new arrivals in its already overcrowded island camps pushed the situation to

An attempt by Poland to change the retirement age of its judges broke EU law, the bloc's top court ruled Tuesday, intensifying a showdown between Brussels and the conservative