# Brussels

Last month
February 2024
French farmers lift roadblocks after tense week of protests
'You reap what you sow': At the scene of the farmers' protest that shut down Brussels city centre
Smoke filled the air as farmers burned bales, as well as tires and wooden pallets.
'A good day for Europe': European Council agrees €50b financial aid package for Ukraine
This year
Families affected by the mica scandal escalate crisis to European Commission
Who is standing and what can Ireland expect in the run up to European elections in June?
Last year
EU Council ends without call for Gaza ceasefire as Taoiseach says bloc must 'insist on two-state solution'
Explainer: Why did Hungary block the EU's €50 billion funding package to Ukraine?
Irish MEPs highlight the importance of cash as digital Euro plans advance
Cuffe flags weight-based tax for cars as potential measure to curb spike in sales of SUVs
Commissioner to be quizzed by MEPs on his 'solo run' to remove aid to Gaza
Two men charged in Paris over last week's Brussels attack which killed two Swedish football fans
Lindelof available for Man United despite trauma of Brussels attack
Belgian police shoot dead suspected gunman following last night's Brussels attack
Terror alert raised to highest level in Belgium as two Swedish people killed in shooting
Belgium-Sweden abandoned at half-time after two people shot dead in Brussels
Irish tourist will likely have to pay between €5,000-€7,000 for damaged Belgian statue
Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary gets pied in Brussels before European Commission protest
Six guilty over Brussels Airport and train terror attack that killed 32 people in 2016
Irish general who liaises between State, EU and Nato calls defence links 'a force for good'
'Fair to assume' Russia is mapping cables and pipelines off Irish coast, NATO General says
Poll: Do you know who your MEPs are?
Police raid European People's Party headquarters in Brussels
Tánaiste Micheál Martin is ‘developing proposals’ around Ireland’s neutrality
Global trade union leader sacked over ties to EU corruption scandal
Up to 30 Irish troops will travel to Europe to train Ukrainian troops in 'non-lethal' skills
All time
Riots erupt in Brussels after Morocco stun Belgium at World Cup
Coveney to discuss Ukraine and climate with foreign ministers in Brussels
Belgian police officer killed in knife attack in Brussels
'A good day for Europe': Ukraine and Moldova officially granted EU candidate status
EU agrees ban on more than two-thirds of Russian oil imports
EU Commission plans to force web firms to combat child sex abuse images
EU member states continue to negotiate details of Russia oil embargo
Belgium trial starts for alleged Paris attack accomplices
Consensus proving difficult as EU discusses fresh sanctions on Russia
Leo Varadkar self isolating after positive Covid-19 antigen test
Biden and other leaders head to Brussels ahead of back-to-back Nato, G7 and EU summits
Ukraine nuclear plant: Russia denies shelling to Security Council; Coveney warns of 'new red flag'
Trial of ten men accused of involvement in the 2016 Brussels bombings to open in October 2022
Clashes erupt at Brussels protest against Covid rules
Leo Varadkar says gardaí and security companies could check if pubs are following Covid rules