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Brussels police bring defamation case against black MEP Herzberger-Fofana over racism complaint [Video]

Brussels police bring defamation case against black MEP Herzberger-Fofana over racism complaint

Belgium's largest police union denies systemic racism in the country's police force, despite counterclaims by the Black Lives Matter movement.View on euronews

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Post-Brexit trade: Row over state aid as face-to-face talks resume in Brussels [Video]

Post-Brexit trade: Row over state aid as face-to-face talks resume in Brussels

Talks on a future EU-UK trade deal have resumed in Brussels, with negotiators meeting face-to-face for the first time since the COVID-19 outbreak.View on euronews

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EU considers ban on U.S. travelers: report [Video]

EU considers ban on U.S. travelers: report

European Union countries eager to revive their economies are prepared to block Americans from entering because the United States has failed to control the coronavirus pandemic, the New York Times..

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Get ready for no-deal Brexit, Germany warns EU [Video]

Get ready for no-deal Brexit, Germany warns EU

Berlin is warning other EU members to prepare for a no-deal Brexit, believing positions are far apart and time too short for an agreement. That's according to an internal government document seen by..

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Black EU lawmaker reports Belgian police violence [Video]

Black EU lawmaker reports Belgian police violence

Pierrette Herzberger-Fofana, a German Green party deputy who was born in Mali, told the European Parliament on Wednesday that she was a victim of "extremely traumatic" police violence outside a..

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Boris Johnson: UK and EU not that far off on trade talks [Video]

Boris Johnson: UK and EU not that far off on trade talks

Boris Johnson has said there is a “very good” chance of securing a post-Brexit trade deal with the European Union as both sides agreed “new momentum” was needed to get negotiations back on..

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Brussels councillor urges debate on statue of colonizer king [Video]

Brussels councillor urges debate on statue of colonizer king

Brussels councillor Pascal Smet has urged a debate on what to do with statues of Belgian King Leopold II, the brutal colonizer of what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo and a focus of local Black..

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10,000 Black Lives Matters protesters take to streets of Brussels [Video]

10,000 Black Lives Matters protesters take to streets of Brussels

10,000 Black Lives Matters protesters take to streets of Brussels

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Brussels restaurants and bars count the cost of a long lockdown as they reopen [Video]

Brussels restaurants and bars count the cost of a long lockdown as they reopen

Brussels restaurants and bars count the cost of a long lockdown as they reopen

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Barnier: UK are backtracking on Brexit declaration [Video]

Barnier: UK are backtracking on Brexit declaration

EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier accused the UK of having backtracked on the political declaration. He told a Brussels press conference that the negotiating teams were still "very far" from reaching..

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UK ‘firm’ against extension of Brexit transition period, says chief negotiator [Video]

UK ‘firm’ against extension of Brexit transition period, says chief negotiator

Britain is “firm” that it will not extend the Brexit transition period beyond the end of the year, the UK’s chief negotiator with Brussels has told MPs. David Frost insisted that Britain is..

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MEPs call for 'decisive action' over rule of law in Poland [Video]

MEPs call for 'decisive action' over rule of law in Poland

Brussels has long voiced concerns over the threats to judicial independence in Poland but the European Council has not taken any formal action to suspend the country's voting rights. View on euronews

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EU state aid: Brussels should review rules 'to help European firms compete with US and China' [Video]

EU state aid: Brussels should review rules 'to help European firms compete with US and China'

EU state aid: Brussels should review rules 'to help European firms compete with US and China'

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UK announces new post-Brexit global tariff regime [Video]

UK announces new post-Brexit global tariff regime

The United Kingdom announced a new post-Brexit tariff regime on Tuesday to replace the European Union's external tariff. Ciara Lee reports

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European Parliament's UK trade negotiator concerned about slow progress in Brexit talks [Video]

European Parliament's UK trade negotiator concerned about slow progress in Brexit talks

The European Parliament’s UK trade coordinator says the EU is concerned about slow progress in trade negotiations, as a result of Covid-19. David McAllister, a German MEP, said there were still..

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