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Europe's first reported case of new COVID variant found in Belgium
Europe's first reported case of new COVID variant has been discovered in Belgium.
Uber drivers protest after court bans app in Brussels
About 2,000 drivers who use the Uber app will be required to cease their activity in the Belgian capital by Friday evening.
Belgian doctor accused of being behind 2,000 false COVID vaccinations
The doctor is alleged to have falsified vaccine certificates to help people avoid COVID-19 restrictions.
Violence in the Netherlands as anger at COVID measures grows in Europe
As well as three consecutive nights of violence in the Netherlands, there was also protests in Austria and Belgium.
Tense standoffs, clashes at Brussels COVID demo
Belgian police deployed water cannon on demonstrators gathered in central Brussels on Sunday, as they protested against reinforced measures aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19, which the government imposed to counter the latest spike in cases.
Brussels protest against extended virus measures
Thousands of people gathered in central Brussels Sunday to protest against the reinforced measures aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19, which the government imposed to counter the latest spike in cases.
Terrorist linked to Paris attacks mastermind arrested in Bulgaria
The suspect was sentenced in 2015 by a Belgian court for his alleged role in an Islamist recruitment network.
Poland summons Belgian ambassador in war of words over EU rule of law
The dispute centres on comments made by Belgian Prime Minister Alexander de Croo, while responding to his Polish counterpart Mateusz Morawiecki.
Belgium extends mask-wearing but rules out COVID boosters for most
Belgian PM Alexander De Croo told Euronews that they would only give booster jabs to those who are vulnerable to COVID-19 as healthcare workers in some countries are not yet vaccinated.
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.
France makes COVID-19 travel tests chargeable from October 15
PCR tests will cost €44 for unvaccinated adults without a prescription and antigen tests will be charged between €22 or €25.
Women taken from African mums sue Belgium for crimes against humanity
The five women, all born between 1945 and 1950, filed their lawsuit last year amid growing demands that Belgium reassesses its colonial past.
Belgian government to propose four-day working week
A government spokesperson confirmed the plans to Euronews Next, saying they would be announced in the coming days.
River Senne: Brussels cleans up hidden river to 'bring back nature'
The Belgian capital has been cleaning up and reviving its hidden river, which was previously covered in concrete, in a bid to "bring nature back to the city".
Belgian coast guard plane 'sniffs out' pollution emitted from ships
The aircraft uses a sensor called a "sniffer" to detect high levels of sulfur and nitrogen along one of Europe's busiest shipping routes.
Portugal ends COVID restrictions as mandatory jabs blocked in Slovenia
Here's a round-up of COVID-related news from around Europe.
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.
Belgium to give funds to women unable to get an abortion in Poland
Poland introduced a near-total ban on abortions earlier this year.
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.
France raises bird flu alert level as cases reported in Europe
A case of bird flu has been detected in the Ardennes, while Belgium and Luxembourg have also reported infections.
Netherlands, Belgium main gateways into Europe for cocaine: Europol
"The epicentre of the cocaine market in Europe has shifted northwards," the Europol report, drawn up in collaboration with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), said.
Belgium creates rubbish highway for flood debris
In eastern Belgium, an abandoned highway is covered by kilometres of rubbish
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.
Climate crisis made Europe's deadly floods 'up to 9 times more likely'
Scientists have found that floods as extreme as these are also very likely to happen again.
Large crowds attend festival thanks to COVID-19 safe tickets
Anyone in Belgium that has a COVID Safe Ticket is able to attend large scale outdoor events with between 1 500 and 75 000 spectators. This could be a football game, an open-air performance or a music festival.