Protests in Belgium
Several injured in a clash involving numerous stabbings outside the Turkish Consulate in Brussels as ex-pats vote on a constitutional referendum
Dairy farmers have sprayed tractor-loads of milk powder onto a European Council building in Brussels to protest about low prices.
From July 1, under the so-called Macron law, foreign-based drivers must receive the French minimum wage
Belgian truck drivers and farmers are protesting against new toll rates by blocking roads and highways and the country's frontiers in Wallonia.
Belgian milk and producers have again protested against low prices by blocking roads. They say an EU decision to free up production and ending quotas
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Tens of thousands of trade unionists have staged a general strike across Belgium on Thursday. The protest, which turned violent in Brussels, formed
Amnesty International held a protest against alleged US human rights violations on the 25 of March, ahead of President Barack Obama’s visit to
Trade unions protested in Brussels on Monday as EU employment ministers met to discuss which rules should apply to workers posted abroad. France is
Womens rights activists FEMEN have struck again. The female protesters stripped off for Tunisian Prime Minister Ali Laarayedh as he arrived for
Unions have held an anti-austerity demonstration as EU leaders met in Brussels. They say it is time to change course on spending cuts and labour
Anti-austerity protests moved to Belgium on Thursday as around 30,000 people voiced their anger over cuts to the public sector. The Belgian
Around 10,000 civil servants took to the streets of Brussels on Thursday, to rally against the Belgian government’s policy of natural
EU Council staff and European Commission officials went on strike on Thursday in protest at proposed salary and pension cuts. They grouped outside
Hundreds of people gathered in Brussels to call for changes to the Common Agricultural Policy in Europe.
Brussels police came under attack on Thursday after they arrested a Muslim woman who refused to remove her face veil. Protesters threw metal
“Pas d’accord!!” … “We don’t agree!” read the slogan. The protester carrying the large red billboard was referring to Belgium’s planned pension
Belgian’s marched on the streets of Brussels to protest looming austerity measures. The incoming government, due to be sworn in on Monday, have
It has been a year today since Yves Leterme, Belgium’s caretaker prime minister abandoned his attempt to form a government but the country does not