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Belgian town living through 'forever chemical' pollution nightmare
PFAS are a group of over 9,000 man-made chemicals that are used in products including textiles, cars and electronics.
Brussels terror threat 'unlikely' after Commission gets alarming email
The two messages were written in Russian saying an 'explosion' would happen on the city's metro on Wednesday 8 March.
Asylum seekers sleeping rough in Brussels for months, as crisis grows
There are currently 3,000 people seeking refuge in Belgium and staying in the streets, most of whom are in Brussels.
Vandecasteele prisoner swap with Iran constitutional - Belgian court
Olivier Vandecasteele has been imprisoned since February last year.
Corruption scandal: Francesco Giorgi now under electronic monitoring
Francesco Giorgi remains charged with participation in a criminal organisation, corruption and money laundering.
Belgian volunteers open field hospital in earthquake-hit Turkey
As Turkey starts to pick up the pieces after two devastating earthquakes, the need for medical care is a priority. Belgian medical volunteers have set up a field hospital in Kirikhan to relieve staff at a damaged local hospital.
Corruption scandal: Eva Kaili to stay in prison despite lawyer's pleas
Eva Kaili has been charged with participation in criminal organisation, corruption and money laundering.
How Belgium is mobilising to help victims of the Turkey-Syria quake
Donations and a field hospital: How Belgium is mobilising to help Turkey and Syria
Access to contraception in Europe remains highly unequal
The study was produced by the European Parliamentary Forum for Sexual and Reproductive Rights (EPF).
Condition of Belgian aid worker jailed in Iran 'deteriorating'
Olivier Vandecasteele was imprisoned in Tehran last February on charges of espionage.
Three people injured in knife attack at metro station in Brussels
The attack took place on Monday evening in the metro station right below the headquarters of the European Commission.
Berlin not blocking tank deliveries to Ukraine, says EU's top diplomat
Germany must first approve the sending of its Leopard 2 tanks by other countries that have previously bought them.
Protest over Belgian aid worker jailed in Iran
Hundreds of people held a demonstration in Brussels in support of Belgian aid worker Olivier Vandecasteele who was sent to prison for 40 years in Iran for alleged espionage
'Tintin in America' drawing to go on sale in Paris
The original 'Tintin in America' drawing is to go up for auction in Paris where it could fetch more than €3 million
EU leaders and NATO sign a third Joint Declaration
A third Joint Declaration has been signed by EU leaders and NATO deepening cooperation on security and defence in Europe
Belgian nuclear power sector given 10-year extension
Two of Belgium's nuclear power reactors are to be run until 2036 under a new deal with French energy giant Engie.
Party poopers: Why do right-wing governments hate ravers?
Italy has become the latest in a long line of EU countries to ban free parties. Why do right-wing governments seem hell-bent on cracking down on people's right to party?
EU countries are split on how to deal with sex work
Belgium became the first European country to decriminalise sex work in 2022. Now MEPs are debating what the rules should be at the EU level.
MEP at centre of Qatargate scandal set to spend Christmas in prison
Eva Kaili's lawyers had requested her release from prison with a police tracking device.
Europe’s energy crisis: Living without central heating
Gripped by an energy crisis, Europe is in power-saving mode. In several countries measures are being taken to reduce consumption, such as in Belgium, where people are taking part in the SlowHeat experient, to see how they can cope without central heating.