Brussels is the capital of Belgium, but also the name of the surrounding region. It is a major center for international politics and home of numerous international organizations.
Brussels is an officially bilingual enclave within the Flemish region of Belgium. The European Union (EU) and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) have their headquarters here. In Brussels, there are more ambassadors and journalists than in Washington D.C. This is a collection of DW's content on Brussels.
After the US killed top Iranian general Qassem Sulemaini, Tehran announced it would stop obeying all limits on its nuclear program, agreed to in a 2015 deal. The US quit the agreement in 2018. This week the European signatories to that agreement lost their patience with Tehran and launched a punitive process that will either save or kill the deal. Teri Schultz reports from Brussels.
Tension between the US and Iran has eased after President Donald Trump indicated he wouldn't seek military retribution for an Iranian missile attack on US bases in Iraq. But there may be new strains between the US and Europe, which has been struggling to come up with a committed response. Teri Schultz has more from Brussels.
EU lawmakers during the week voted to support a resolution calling on Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat to step down with immediate effect. They argued he risks compromising a probe into the brutal murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia, an investigative journalist who exposed government corruption. Keith Walker speaks with DW correspondent Teri Schultz about the latest developments in Brussels.