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Flood hit communities in Belgium still reeling one year on
Areas in the east of Belgium and in parts of Germany experienced some of the worst floods on record last July.
High rent and prejudice pushes people onto the streets in Brussels
Housing prices have spiked across the eurozone, putting consumers under increasing financial strain.
Belgium moves closer to controversial prisoner swap treaty with Iran
The agreement is set to be a first of its kind among European countries.
Ukrainians struggle to find housing as reality bites in Belgium
After a warm welcome initially, some Ukrainian refugees are now struggling to settle in Belgium.
Leuven: This Belgian city is Europe’s most open-minded destination
This small Belgian city is packed with historical monuments, peaceful retreats and thousands of bicycles.
Belgian chocolate factory shuts down production after salmonella found
A investigation at the chocolate factory in Wieze, Belgum, is underway after traces of salmonella were found in a batch of chocolate on Monday.
Fact-check: 80,000 people did not protest Belgian support for Ukraine
Russian state TV misleadingly claimed that all protesting on 20 June wanted the Belgian government to stop sending aid to Kyiv.
Ukrainian demonstrators want boycott of Lukoil petrol sales in Belgium
The Russian oil company is continuing to sell petrol at its Belgian pumps.
Belgian authorities repatriate Islamic State-linked women from Syria
The Belgian citizens have already been sentenced to prison in their homeland.
More people cycle than drive in this 'forward-thinking' European city
Belgium’s greenest city is pedalling into the future with policies to tackle the climate crisis.
Belgian brewers face packaging crisis, as bottle supplies diminish
The problem of bottle shortages began during the pandemic, when demand for beer switched from bars and restaurants to purchases in retail supermarkets.
DRC residents repaint buildings for the arrival of the Belgian king
On a visit to the Democratic Republic of Congo, King Philippe of Belgium and his wife will spend the day in Bukavu on Sunday 12 June, the last stop on their trip before returning to Brussels on Monday. The authorities have demanded that all houses on the King's route be repainted.
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Belgian king expresses 'deepest regrets' for wounds inflicted in Congo
Philippe also offered a traditional mask of the Suku people to Congo's national museum that has been held for decades by Belgium's Royal Museum for Central Africa.
These nearly-extinct birds are returning to the wild after 20 years
A team of international experts is experimenting with something that has never been done before: successfully re-introducing a nearly-extinct bird species into the wild.
'Right to die': Belgium marks two decades since legalising euthanasia
Twenty years ago, Belgium became only the second country in the world to legalise euthanasia. Today, more than a dozen European nations allow some form of it.
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EU unity on Ukraine is the fruit of "listening" says Belgian PM
Belgian PM Alexander De Croo says he is "convinced" that European Union members will remain united in their approach to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, because their strategy was the fruit of careful coordination.
EU sanctions should not hurt the middle class, warns Belgian PM
De Croo told Euronews it's still 'too early' to talk about raising EU common debt to finance Ukraine's reconstruction.
2 tonnes of vegetables are grown on a supermarket roof in Brussels
The Lagum Project experiments with the idea of an urban garden and tries to determine whether they are sustainable or not.
Are there any travel restrictions due to the monkeypox virus?
An unusual outbreak of monkeypox is causing concern in some European countries.
Sweet sixteen: Belgium lowers voting age for European elections
It is the fourth EU member state to reduce voting ages for European Parliament elections after Austria, Greece, and Malta.
Belgian farmers struggle as drought and rising costs hit
An unusually dry spring has meant crop yields are so far much lower this year.
Belgian court rules out extradition for Spanish rapper Valtònyc
The musician has been living in exile since 2018 and faces more than three years in prison in Spain.
Birthplace of Audrey Hepburn honours her with garden and statue
The birthplace of Audrey Hepburn have honoured the Breakfast at Tiffany's star by inaugurating a garden in her name, complete with a bronze bust of the film and fashion icon
Ukrainians urge EU to stop buying Russian oil, gas
Ukrainian citizens demonstrated in front of the European Council building in Brussels on Friday to call on the European Union to stop buying Russian oil and gas.
Belgian foreign minister temporarily steps down to care for husband
Sophie Wilmes' husband has been diagnosed with "aggressive brain cancer".
Belgian trial begins against alleged accomplices of 2015 Paris attacks
The suspects are accused of providing shelter, money or transport to the terrorist cell behind the attacks which left 130 people dead.