The meeting on Tuesday evening in Brussels between EU/E3 (France, Germany and the United Kingdom) and the Iranian foreign minister was described by EU’s foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini as constructive and positive. Both sides are eager to stick to the nuclear deal and to continue trading with each-other.
With a three-day pass going at 281 euros, Tomorrowland ranks third among Europe’s most expensive festivals, according to a study by the French platform, Voyages Détective, which puts the average cost of season tickets for European music festivals at 211 euros.
Book stores in Belgium are in pretty bad shape, according to the Syndicat neutre pour indépendants (SNI – Neutral Union for Independents), which says three such establishments closed their doors per fortnight in 2016.
The winners of the 2018 EU Prize for Cultural Heritage were announced today by the European Commission and Europa Nostra, a pan-European network of heritage NGOs.
The Namur Pesticides Study (also known as the Namur ExpoPesten), the first study of its kind to assess the presence of several pesticides in Wallonia’s atmospheric air, has now delivered its initial findings.
A 50-euro pass for a series of museums throughout Belgium will be available from September.
A plan to open a closed centre for migrant families with children has been denounced as contrary to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Last year, one in three cars sold in Belgium (30.1%) was an SUV (Sports Utility Vehicle).
A proportion of subsidies, granted by the Brussels region to the agency Brussels Waste Management, have taken the form of illegal state grants.
On Wednesday, between 5,000 to 10,000 teaching staff will be part of street demonstrations in Brussels, against the proposed pension reforms.
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