"Thanks for the congrats, everyone! Much love to my #InsecureHBO family & congrats to the other nominees! #GoldenGlobes"
Star of TV's "Insecure"
"Nationalism, the oldest and worst European disease. How can it possibly creep back into our present tense?"
"While drug lord Cabello gets rich & dictator @NicolasMaduro consolidates power the elderly suffer in #Venezuela"
Republican US Senator for Florida
"For now, as frustrating as it might be, smugglers are winning. Winning bigger, in fact, and to the migrants’ expenses."
University of Cambridge
"‘We must not turn away from #Rohingya refugees’"
Actress, director and campaigner
"Chavism deflects its responsibility onto other people."
Director, Foro Penal Venezolano
"What are the leaders of Sweden, Germany and the EU Parliament doing to protect Europeans?"
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More than a million people have signed an EU petition demanding a full ban of the weed killer, amid concerns it may cause cancer.
EU countries have failed on to vote on a licence extension for the weedkiller glyphosate
The UK prime minister has until a crucial summit in December to save the Brexit negotiations with Brussels.
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The human rights situation in Turkey is unacceptable and EU leaders have asked their executive arm to look at cutting pre-accession aid to Ankara in a "responsible way"
EU leaders have paved the way for future trade talks with Britain at a summit in Brussels
Angela Merkel is said to have pushed for the cuts and called for a common EU position on membership talks.
May way or my way Corbyn tells Brussels officials and Europe's Socialist parties as the UK Labour leader warns no deal would be "dangerous".
The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, has taken to Facebook to reassure EU citizens living in the UK that the application process for settled status would be as hassle-free as possible.
Report modelling the impact of UK crashing out of EU and reverting to WTO tariffs shows poorest families would be hardest hit
Saint Catherine's church in Brussels is turning to Belgium's brewing tradition to raise funds for renovation work
A team of climber's begin their annual clean up of Brussel's iconic Atomium. Climbers will polish the nine steel globes that was originally built for the World's Fair of 1958.
Pro-independence parties which control the regional parliament have asked for a debate and vote on declaring independence.
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An advertising campaign for a dating website putting young women in touch with rich older men has been banned in Brussels.
A mobile billboard
This exhibition specifically designed for the 60th anniversary of the Atomium launches the visitor into the magical world of René Magritte and the surrealism. Two Belgian icons meet!
Belgian composer Philippe Boesmans and French playwright Joël Pommerat offer a captivating and dark adaptation of Carlo Collodi's legendary tale.
French national Mehdi Nemmouche, placed in solitary confinement in a Belgian prison cell, is currently "losing sight, losing hearing, and suffers from unbearable headaches," one of his lawyers told reporters in Brussels.
Terror suspect Mehdi Nemmouche to break his silence at court appearance linked to 2014 Jewish museum shooting
The state of the Brussels landmark is so bad locals joke that even the scaffolding has its own scaffolding
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