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Train travel across Europe just got easier thanks to this new merger
Known as Project Green Speed, the merger aims to make high-speed rail travel an attractive alternative to flying.
'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.
Antwerp: Belgium man admits to revenge murder of former schoolteacher
The 37-year-old man confessed to the killing on Thursday, according to judicial sources.
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.
Europeans rush for iodine pills amid fears of Ukraine nuclear disaster
Fighting on nuclear sites and the escalating rhetoric from Russia on the use of atomic weapons have sparked a surge in demand for iodine tablets around Europe.
Take a look at the ugliest houses in Belgium
For 10 years, photographer Hannes Coudenys has been compiling photos of the ugliest houses in Belgium
Storm Eunice set to hit Belgium and Netherlands hard
Despite the storm Eunice that hit the Dutch and Belgian coasts, some people still go to the beach
'Finger cutter': Police arrest one of Europe's most-wanted criminals
One of Europe's most-wanted criminals has been arrested in Switzerland.
Dozens arrested in Belgium & Spain in major drug trafficking operation
The criminal network is accused of using cargo planes, private jets and shipping containers to smuggle cocaine into Europe.
Belgium approves 4-day week and right to disconnect
The package of labour reforms announced on Tuesday would also give gig economy workers more protections.
Artwork looted by the Nazis returned to rightful owners after 71 years
The painting belonged to a Jewish couple who fled Belgium prior to World War Two, their grandchildren are still searching for other items.
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.
New Belgian passports to feature iconic cartoons Tintin and the Smurfs
The newly designed passports will also increase security, the country's foreign minister has said.
Protesters attack video team filming Belgian march against vaccinations and COVID-19 restrictions
A rally by protesters demonstrating against COVID-19 vaccinations and restrictions turned violent in the Belgian capital on Sunday
Thousands protest COVID measures in Washington, Brussels and Barcelona
From health passes to vaccine mandates, protesters were out in force this weekend.
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.
Belgian court sentences migrant smuggling leader for UK lorry deaths
Vo Van Hong was found guilty of leading a human trafficking group based in Belgium.
Magritte masterpiece worth €52 million could shatter artist's record
Experts at Sotheby's estimate the Belgian surrealist's painting 'L’empire des lumières' will more than double his current auction record.
UNESCO and Belgian theatre help Iraqi youngsters make a movie in Mosul
Young Iraqi film students tell their own stories from Mosul by the help of UNESCO. In a collaboration between the Mosul fine arts academy, a Belgian theatre company and UNESCO, 19 students are getting a chance to make their first short films.
Belgium to appeal against refusal to extradite Spanish rapper Valtònyc
The musician was sentenced to more than three years in prison in Spain for writing song lyrics that praised the terrorist organisation ETA.
'No culture, no future': Belgian cultural workers appeal COVID rules
After meeting Tuesday with sector representatives, Health Minister Frank Vandenbroucke told state broadcaster RTBF that “there’s no possibility to immediately revise the (government’s) decision.”
Belgium to shut down all seven of its nuclear reactors by 2025
Progressively phasing out nuclear power has been enshrined in Belgian law since 2003.
Belgium to close cinemas and theatres amid Omicron spread
Belgium will close cinemas, theatres and ban most indoor activities to curb COVID-19 infections.
COVID can damage sperm and make it harder to get pregnant
Researchers in Belgium found some patients who recovered from COVID suffered a drop in sperm count and mobility.
Health workers try to storm minister office in Brussels
Several thousand medical workers protested in Brussles on Tuesday to call for better working conditions and to oppose mandatory vaccinations against COVID-19.