For centuries, oriental women are considered to be epitome of grace and charm.
With the concerted efforts of the Chinese Mission to the EU and the Catholic University of Louvain, female diplomats in Brussels and women representatives from all sectors in Europe gathered on March 8 for the International Women’s Day.
Brussels mayor Philippe Close has said he does not have a say in whether the Grand Mosque will be closed or not.
Belgium wants to encourage the European Union to reduce CO₂ by "more than 40%" by 2030, after the majority federal parties finally reached a consensus.
Walloon motorists are much less convinced section speed cameras have a positive impact on road safety than their Flemish counterparts.
Jumet fire-fighters were called to a fire at a house in Pont-à-Celles (Hainaut) at around 6.30pm on Saturday.
After half a year, the Bulgarian presidency of the Council of the EU is approaching its end and will hand over the rotating presidency to Austria. Although a crucial week remains, culminating in the European Council summit in Brussels on 28 – 29 June, Bulgaria has already taken stock of the results.
The hearing on the rule of law in Poland at the General Affairs Council meeting in Luxembourg on Tuesday will be limited to an exchange of questions and answers. There will not be any conclusions and voting, according to the Bulgarian presidency which is chairing the meeting.
Some hospitals in Belgium will be rewarded with extra resources from 1 July, based on the level of satisfaction reported by patients, federal health minister Maggie De Block said.
With an average of more than 61,000 passengers a day, Brussels North station is the busiest in the country, according to figures from the national rail authority SNCB/NMBS.
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