• Belgium’s hospitality sector projected to lose 1.7 billion euros
    Belgium’s hospitality industry stands to lose about 1.7 billion euros now that the Coronavirus lockdown is certain to continue through ...
    Belgium’s hospitality sector projected to lose 1.7 billion euros
    Belgium’s hospitality industry stands to lose about 1.7 billion euros now that the Coronavirus lockdown is certain to continue through Easter, says ...
    Belgians urged to work hard to avoid economic collapse due to Covid-19 crisis
    The Governor of the National Bank of Belgium, Pierre Wunsch, would like Belgians to keep working as much as possible so as to deaden the impact of ...
    Coronavirus – Spain: 832 people die in a single day, bringing the death toll to 5,690
    The novel Coronavirus claimed 832 lives in a single day in Spain, bringing the cumulative death toll in the country to 5,690, according to the latest ...
    Wuhan begins to emerge from months-long isolation
    Wuhan, the Chinese city where the novel Coronavirus was first detected, began emerging timidly on Saturday from its months-long isolation, with a ...
    Belgian supermarkets donate 460,000 meals to food banks
    Belgium’s supermarkets have committed to donating 223 tonnes of foodstuffs – enough to serve up 460,000 meals – to the country’s food banks. ...
    Coronavirus: Two men jailed after spitting at police
    Two men arrested in separate incidents for aggressive behaviour and spitting at police have each been remanded to prison by an investigating judge, ...
    Nursing home in the Namur province hit particularly hard by Covid-19
    Covid-19 has claimed the lives of four persons in “La Quiétude” nursing home in Andenne, Namur Province, according to a report in L’Avenir newspaper, ...
    Opinion
    This spring is never going to be the same again. The explosive spread of COVID-19 caught the world by ...
    Denial, playing down the facts, playing the blame game - the familiar pattern of populist politics keeps ...
    French President Emmanuel Macron has spoken of the country being "at war" against the invisible enemy ...
    The rule of law in every democracy is based on the separation of powers and the independence of the court ...
    On Friday, the number of infected persons in the Czech Republic increased to 833 cases, with no fatalities ...
    In an opinion piece on March 19th, Danish MEP Pernille Weiss called for the European Parliament to reconvene ...
    The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic that has got people extremely worried and frightened all around the ...
    The corona crisis is serious. This crisis is literally evolving by the hour and what becomes imminent, is ...
    The traditional art market, obsessed at times with one-of-a-kind works, could be causing problems for the ...
    Before I took office 100 days ago, I was struck by the boldness of Europe’s next generation – both in spirit ...
    Magazine
    A ‘corona bond’ would demonstrate that European solidarity exists
    Borders closed. Shops shuttered. Citizens locked down. In Brussels and across Europe the new coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis has disrupted ...
    Rediscovering the Forgotten and Unknown Belgium
    The lost cemeteries of 1917 FLANDERS FIELDS Sam Mendes’ 1917 is the latest attempt to capture the horror of the First World War on ...
    The untold stories of Belgium’s female resistance during World War I
    The statue commemorating Gabrielle Petit, the young Belgian woman who spied on the German military during World War I and was executed in ...
    Derek Blyth’s hidden secrets of Brussels
    Derek Blyth is the author of the bestselling The 500 Hidden Secrets of Brussels. He picks out ten of his favourite hidden secrets in every ...
    How Artificial Intelligence could transform the European economic and political landscape
    Are superhuman computers set to steal our jobs, take over the world and perhaps even kill off humanity? Such fears are commonplace in ...
    Five questions to philosopher Philippe Van Parijs on the best electoral system
    Belgium’s federal elections were held on 26 May 2019. They have been followed by months of laborious negotiations with ten parties ...
    One life at a time: An immigration policy void spurs network of citizen solidarity in Brussels
    At their request, the names of the asylum seekers and of the hosts have been changed to protect their identities. Since he started ...
    Traces of Resistance: An avenue’s small but significant part of Brussels’ story
    The pavements of Avenue Louise buzz with life. High-end stores, busy restaurants and prominent business offices stand together in a mosaic ...