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EU unity on Ukraine is the fruit of "listening" says Belgian PM
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Belgian MP shares video of intimidation by young men in Brussels
Brussels police have confirmed they are investigating the incident.
Why did it take so long to form Belgium's new 'Vivaldi' coalition?
The alliance of parties from four distinct political backgrounds, nicknamed after the famous composer's "Four Seasons", follows 653 days of temporary arrangements.
Belgium: New seven-party coalition government officially sworn in
The country has been without an elected government since December 2018.
Will Belgium's new government delays push the country to split?
Today (Wednesday), after nearly 500 days of intensive negotiations, the programme for a government led by Flemish liberal Alexander De Croo was finalised.
Meet Sophie Wilmès, Belgium's first woman prime minister
Sophie Wilmès has been named Belgium’s first female prime minister, replacing Charles Michel, who is set to take over as European Council president.
The Brief: Reality check on Iran sanctions and bridging Belgium's political divide
In this edition we look at the potential for detente with Iran and an initiative in Belgium to bridge the political divide over beer.
Divided Belgium: What will it take to form a government?
It took the Belgium 541 days to form a government last time.
Biggest party in Belgian coalition government quits
Belgian prime minister forms a minority government after biggest party in coalition quits over UN migration treaty row.
Belgium is (slowly) sterilising all its cats
European nation is the first country in the world to take the measure to avoid overpopulation.
Police stop 'Islam safari' from visiting Brussels neighbourhood
Right wing parties had planned visit to Molenbeek to witness 'Islamification' of Europe.
Back from bankruptcy and how to avoid it
This week Business Planet visits Ghent, Belgium to learn about what's being done to help businesses avoid bankruptcy and rebound from it.
Post-Brexit Brits seek Belgian nationality
Brexit left many British expats in Brussels wondering what the future held.
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State of the Union: Last minute CETA breakthrough
State of the Union is euronews’ weekly round-up of the top news stories.
Brief from Brussels: Belgium braced for labour reform protest
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Belgium gives everyone radiation protection pills
Belgium is to supply iodine pills to all its 11 million inhabitants to help protect against radioactivity in the event of a nuclear accident. Iodine
Belgian PM slams Brussels airport disruption as "irresponsible"
Stranded passengers have voiced anger over protest action by air traffic controllers
Belgium says Europeans not welcome if they don't take on work
A European working in another EU country keeps their benefits, right? And if you fall ill in your country of work, EU law says you are entitled to stay and claim benefits, right? Think again. Some EU
Belgium promises security crackdown to fight Islamist militants
Belgian authorities have arrested nine people following a series of raids in connection with the Paris attacks. Police say seven of those being held
Belgian dairy farmers block roads in more price protests
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
Belgium's Reynders on terrorism, Ukraine and Greece
Belgium is providing Europe’s highest proportion of jihadist volunteers to join the fighting in Syria and Iraq , official figures tell us — in
Protesters pelt Belgium's PM with chips and mayonnaise
Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel was addressing an audience in the town of Namur on Monday, December 22, when a group of protesters pelted him
Verhofstadt's liberal recipe for Europe
For the first time in the European elections political groups have put forward candidates for the presidency of the European Commission. The choice
Euthanasia for minors: Belgium's painful dilemma
Emotive, controversial and supported by the majority of people in Belgium. A debate on changing the law to allow euthanasia for minors has deeply
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Europe Weekly: Luxembourg's Juncker steps down as PM
In this edition of Europe Weekly, euronews takes a look at Jean-Claude Juncker’s surprise resignation as prime minister of Luxembourg; Latvia clears
Could Bart's breakthrough lead to Belgium break-up
The big local election gains of the Flemish nationalist party on Sunday has once again raised the spectre of a break-up of Belgium. Addressing
'Things will turn out well' says Reynders on euro crisis
In some ways Belgium epitomises much that is wrong about Europe; it has had no government for over a year, a lack of leadership that mirrors Europe’s