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Belgian farmers struggle as drought and rising costs hit
An unusually dry spring has meant crop yields are so far much lower this year.
Watch: Russia-bound luxury cars get stuck in Belgium under sanctions
EU sanctions prohibit the exports of cars worth over €50,000, a measure meant to hit the Russian elite.
Zelenskyy targets Russian diamonds in address to Belgian Parliament
The city of Antwerp is responsible for the trade of 86% of rough diamonds mined in the world, according to the Antwerp World Diamond Centre.
'We are human too': Congolese student who fled Ukraine recounts racism
Videos shared on social showed black people being pushed off trains and animals being prioritised before people.
Belgium begins to cope with Ukrainian refugees after shaky start
A larger facility opened in Brussels this week to help authorities register people for government support.
'Finger cutter': Police arrest one of Europe's most-wanted criminals
One of Europe's most-wanted criminals has been arrested in Switzerland.
Belgian teachers protest working conditions and financial cuts
The demonstration in Brussels gathered teachers and school staff from the French-speaking region of Wallonia.
Belgian inflation rises to highest level since 1983
Wages in Belgium are automatically indexed against inflation, meaning workers pay increases at the same time.
Teen pilot lands in Belgium after record-breaking flight
Zara Rutherford touched down in the town of Kortrijk, 90km west of Brussels, on Thursday afternoon - the same airfield where she embarked on her journey last August.
More EU citizens being 'pushed' into energy poverty amid crisis
Stefan Goemare from energy poverty organisation Samenlevingsopbouw says he is seeing more people struggling to pay their bills.
Energy-intensive industries want 'compensation' for green transition
Peter Claes, President of the IFIEC (International Federation of Industrial Energy Consumers) Europe told Euronews that companies that use a lot of energy to make their products are bearing the brunt of increased energy costs, despite acting to reduce their carbon footprints.
Noisy drivers in Ghent could have their cars confiscated
Drivers who breach noise limits in Ghent could have their vehicles confiscated. It's part of a bid to battle noise pollution in the Belgian city.
Brussels celebrates 75th anniversary of two of its comic book legends
The Belgium Comic Strip Centre is holding an exposition from Wednesday in honour of Blake and Mortimer.
Afghans in Belgium hope Taliban takeover will help their asylum cause
Euronews meets with Afghans living in Brussels. While some have obtained citizenship, others are undocumented and now hope that the situation in Afghanistan will force authorities to reconsider their asylum claims.
How to save a decimated town: The struggle for Belgium's Doel
A struggle of over 20 years between locals and governments about the fate of the Flemish town of Doel could soon come to an end.
Flood cleanup continues in Belgium in difficult conditions
Thousands of people remain without essential provisions after the floods in Belgium which killed at least 41 people 2 weeks ago.
Belgium reassesses river flows after deadly floods
Experts in hydrology and river flows are now warning that major research must be conducted in order to know exactly how to rebuild the towns destroyed by the floods.
After devastating floods sweep Europe, a continent mourns its dead
Nearly 200 people lost their lives in Germany and Belgium.
Experts: Europe floods show urgency to tackle climate change
Scientists say the link between extreme weather and global warming is unmistakable and the urgency to do something about climate change undeniable.
Belgium repatriates 6 mothers and 10 children from Syria camps
The operation marks Belgium's largest repatriation effort from jihadist camps since the fall of the so-called Islamic State group in 2019.
In pictures: Debris and devastation as deadly floods hit Europe
Houses swept away, cars tossed around like dolls, mudslides and sinkholes as deadly floods hit Germany and Belgium.
More than 160 dead in Germany-Belgium floods as water recedes
The number known to have died has risen in Germany and Belgium after heavy rain caused rivers to burst their banks, sweeping away homes and cars.
Belgium edges Portugal, reaches quarterfinals at Euro 2020
Belgium will face Italy in the quarterfinals on Friday after defeating reigning champion Portugal 1-0.
Fugitive far-right soldier apparently found dead, says Belgian police
A body was found on Sunday by people walking in a wooded area. Initial evidence indicates it is Conings and that he killed himself, Belgian police said.
Five killed in school construction site collapse in Belgium
Five construction workers were confirmed dead on Saturday after a school building site partially collapsed in the Belgian city of Antwerp.
Belgium and Luxembourg share aircraft as part of efficiency drive
Belgium and Luxembourg have begun sharing aircraft in response to NATO’s long drive towards better interoperability.