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Armando the pigeon champion was auctioned for 1.2 million euros.
Two Belgian women said they were losing hope of ever going back home after a Belgian court overturned the ruling to repatriate them and their six children.
Inspired by Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, Anouna de De Wever is one of the founders of the movement "Youth for Climate"
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A Belgian MEP and a hate speech advisor debate over who's right.
A carnival float at a parade in Belgium has caused outrage for displaying giant caricatures of Jews sitting on bags of money.
There are only 38,000 Asian Elephants left in the world, so the birth of a female calf at a Belgian zoo is an important event for the conservation of the species.
"Anti-Semitism remains pervasive across the EU and has become disturbingly normalised"
One creation used 8kg of chocolate – not far off the 6kg the average Belgian eats in a year.
At 16, Greta Thunberg is leading a youth movement calling for action to prevent climate change.
The activists are calling for the removal of nuclear weapons from Europe.
Those who pledged loyalty to Hitler are still being rewarded more than 70 years on.
Student-led protests in Brussels demanding advanced climate protection plan to continue pressuring authorities as the EU elections approach.
The Brief. Belgium Strike, Whisky woes and money laundering
We mark 100 days to the European elections with a profile of a first-time voter. Meanwhile in Strasbourg current MEPs vote on controversial fisheries deal, and Belgium is forced to confront its colonial past.
Manneken Pis dons European Emergency Number Association costume for 112 Day
French journalists identify alleged Brussels museum attack suspect Mehdi Nemmouche as their jailer and torturer in Syria.
On Thursday, students took to the streets once again to call attention to climate change. Students have been protesting every Thursday in Brussels for several weeks.
The European Commission has praised the likes of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube for their progress on the swift removal of illegal hate speech
Albert II has now decided to take his case to the Court of Cassation, the main court of last resort in Belgium.