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Man dies in Belgian police raid on suspected far-right extremists
The 36-year-old was shot during gunfire exchange at an address in Merksem in the region of Antwerp, Belgian public broadcaster RTBF reported.
Antwerp’s royal fine arts museum reopens after 11 years of renovations
The original budget of €44m had to be more than doubled, but the museum has been significantly expanded and a number of its works have been restored.
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Antwerp: Belgium man admits to revenge murder of former schoolteacher
The 37-year-old man confessed to the killing on Thursday, according to judicial sources.
Suez blockage 'could cause months of disruption' at European ports
The port of Antwerp told Euronews that shipments coming into the EU could be affected for months, even with the Ever Given ship freed from the Suez Canal blockage.
Blow for smugglers as Hamburg makes Europe's biggest cocaine seizure
The cocaine was found in more than 1,700 tin cans that had been filled with putty, Hamburg's customs office said.
'I feel 30 years younger': Man, 96, first to get COVID jab in Belgium
"I'm 96 years old and I've been through a lot," Jos Hermans told reporters just before receiving the injection on Monday.
Antwerp announces curfew to get COVID-19 cases under control
The northern Belgian city has seen a steep rise in infections, the new stricter measures are aimed at controlling the cases, but local businesses worry about being hit a second time by coronavirus restrictions.
Probe launched into death of Algerian man after police arrest
A police spokesperson said a 29-year-old man was detained on Sunday after behaving aggressively in a café. He later died in hospital.
Turning the tables on plastic pollution
Business Planet travels to the Belgian city of Antwerp to see how one small company is transforming plastic pollution into a designer product.
Thinking outside the toy box: how to give new life to old playthings
As concern grows about the amount of plastic pollution we’re leaving for future generations, a Belgian company is setting a great example to children.
Watch: Scaffolding collapses in Antwerp, one dead, one injured
Scaffolding collapsed outside the Belgian city of Antwerp's central station, killing one and injuring another, according to police.
Belgium: building brought down by blast in Antwerp
A suspected gas explosion destroys one building and damages two others in the Belgian port city of Antwerp.
Rising poverty and food prices are being blamed
A baby box where mothers can anonymously leave their new-born to be cared for has had a record year. The charity Moeders voor Moeders in Antwerp says rising poverty and food prices are to blame.
Driver arrested after speeding into pedestrianised street in Antwerp
Just a day after the attack in London, Belgian police have arrested a man accused of driving at speed into a pedestrianised street in Antwerp and forcing people to jump out of the…
Europe's drone challenge: addressing the threat to scheduled air traffic
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They only see my skin colour
It is a problem many people face on a daily basis: being judged, badly treated, or even worse, just because of the colour of their skin. There are