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Brussels fantastic film festival completes 40 years
Directors from all over the world came to the auditoriums of the Belgian capital's Universal Exhibition to present their films. John Mc Tiernan, author of "Predator" and "Die Hard" is this year's guest of honour.
Rendez-vous culture: The Best of Culture in Europe
Jazz at La Villette returns to Paris, Peggy Guggenheim's collection delights Venice, while the Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival gets underway
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Europe's week: Brussels marks Ukraine independence day
Celebrations in Kyiv were muted, but in the Belgian capital, the city went all out.
Suspect arrested after van ploughs into cafe terrace in Brussels
Six people were left with minor injuries after a van crashed into a cafe terrace in central Brussels on Friday, as police investigate the suspect's motive.
Watch: Violent brawl between football fans shakes central Brussels
A cafe in Brussels centre was pelted with chairs, tables and other objects after a brawl broke out between supporters of two European football teams on Wednesday evening.
Mini-Europe unveils new models in solidarity with Ukraine
Belgium’s tiniest theme park has added new models to honour Europe’s relationship with Ukraine.
High rent and prejudice pushes people onto the streets in Brussels
Housing prices have spiked across the eurozone, putting consumers under increasing financial strain.
The European capital with the most spas might surprise you
Are you ready to put R&R front and centre of your holiday? You won’t go far without falling into a spa in these European cities.
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.
Accomplices of 2015 Paris terror attacks convicted in Brussels trial
The defendants were accused of providing shelter, money or transport to the IS terrorist cell that was behind the Paris attacks.
Analysis: A look at the EU Council's decision on Ukraine and Moldova
What does the EU Council decision to give candidate status to Ukraine and Moldova mean and what path lies ahead for the two countries?
National strike sees Brussels airport cancel all outgoing flights
Around 80,000 people are said to have taken part in the protests in Belgium on Monday.
Ukrainian authorities: Most of Sievierodonetsk under Russian control
Governor of the Luhansk region Sergei Haidai said that all critical infrastructure in the key city in eastern Ukraine has been completely destroyed while evacuation of civilians is impossible due to fierce fighting.
Europe Day: The EU opens its doors to the public
The EU throws open the doors of its core institutions ahead of Europe Day celebrations on May 9. The day marks the 72nd anniversary of the Schuman declaration, which proposed the creation of a pan-European trade arrangement and is widely recognised as the first step on the path towards Europe.
Brussels Economic Forum 2022: War, pandemic and climate to top agenda
Real Economy speaks to the IMF’s no2 Gita Gopinath and the EU’s Commissioner for Trade Valdis Dombrovskis about the economic fallout of Russia’s war in Ukraine. The team also look ahead to the EU's flagship economic event, the Brussels Economic Forum.
Ukrainian school for refugee children launches in Brussels
Another school will also be set up in Paris.
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.
Under one roof: the project providing integrated health care
An initiative has been set up in Brussels to provide medical care and other public services all under one roof. Smart Regions went to find out more.
EU countries agree on new Russia sanctions, including coal embargo
"The aim of our sanctions is to stop the reckless, inhuman and aggressive behaviour of the Russian troops," said the EU's foreign policy chief Josep Borrell.
The EU has a 'moral duty' to make Ukraine a member state: Estonia PM
Kaja Kallas also called for the EU to invest in military technology and be willing to intervene militarily to prevent Russian aggression.
In Moldova's east, Maia Sandu's EU membership bid divides opinion
On the border wth Transnistria, the Russia-backed breakaway region, some Moldovans favour Russian links over European.
France: Anti-vaccination pass convoys on their way to Brussels
Coming from all over France, several dozens of vehicles from anti-vaccination pass convoys are stopping at the parking lot of a supermarket in Fâches-Thumesnil, near Lille.
'Freedom convoy' protest fails to make a splash in Brussels
A police operation prevented trucks and vans from entering Brussels and disrupting the city in protest against COVID restrictions and vaccine mandates.
Belgian teachers protest working conditions and financial cuts
The demonstration in Brussels gathered teachers and school staff from the French-speaking region of Wallonia.
How could the EU respond if Russia invades Ukraine?
Moscow’s continuing escalation of the situation at the border with Ukraine means Brussels is having to weigh up its options in the event of an attack.
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