• Most of Belgium’s humanitarian aid goes to Syria and Great Lakes
    The bulk of the €169.8 million Belgium earmarked last year for humanitarian aid went to the Middle East, especially Syria, and Africa’s ...
    Most of Belgium’s humanitarian aid goes to Syria and Great Lakes
    The bulk of the €169.8 million Belgium earmarked last year for humanitarian aid went to the Middle East, especially Syria, and Africa’s Great Lakes ...
    Coronavirus: Belgians on Dutch cruise ship to be quarantined
    The ten Belgian passengers who were on board of the Dutch cruise ship MS Westerdam, which was stuck at sea amid coronavirus fears, will be placed in ...
    Brussels named 23rd most livable city in the world for European expats
    A new global ranking of the most livable cities in the world for European expats has seen two major Belgian cities included in the top 25. While ...
    Mark Zuckerberg ‘tipped normally’ in Brussels restaurant
    Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook, stopped by the Brussels restaurant 'Le Taverne du Passage' ahead of meetings with the European Commission ...
    Liège cafe owner risks prison for Nazi chants during service
    The Liège public prosecutor's office has launched an investigation into the new owner of Café Lequet, a well-known restaurant in the city. The ...
    Donors conference for reconstruction in Albania exceeds expectations
    EU, member states and other donors pledged €1.15 billion for reconstruction in Albania after the damaging earthquake on 26 November 2019. An ...
    Blokker stores ‘will disappear completely’ from Belgium
    Mirage Retail Group and Dutch Retail Groep have reached agreement on the sale of Blokker Stores in Belgium by the former to the latter. Under the ...
    Opinion
    Global trade growth has been in a slowdown for a decade. Contributing to the trend is a recent rise in ...
    I would like to convey to the European Union the following message: There are responsible and foresighted ...
    On February 21, 2020, the so-called parliamentary elections will be held in Iran for the 290 seats of the ...
    "We live in a time where boundaries between opinions and facts disappear and where the findings of science no ...
    The human rights situation in Indian controlled Jammu and Kashmir is self-evidently intolerable for much of ...
    In February, Belgium chairs the United Nations Security Council. As such, it can support the demand for the ...
    Patrice Émery Lumumba, the first democratically elected Prime Minister of the present-day Democratic Republic ...
    As per a universally un-read 541 page withdrawal agreement ratified earlier this week by the EU, the UK will ...
    The European Commission has recently published what is known as the 2019 R&D (research and development) ...
    The U.S. start-up Clearview collects billions of online photos of unknown people and shares them with public ...
    Magazine
    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 ...
    Rediscovering the Forgotten and Unknown Belgium
    Best-selling author Derek Blyth takes you to some places you might never have heard about, in a country almost no one knows. The world’s ...
    Slàinte mhath, proost and à votre santé to the Belgian single malt whisky
    The single malt whisky, a well-established high bar in the spirits industry the world over, has long had a strong connection with Scotland. ...
    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 ...
    Legacies of the colony: The lost children of Congo
    In the run-up to Congo’s independence from its Belgian colonisers in 1960, the Belgian state arranged to bring everything that was Belgian ...
    10 Brussels squares that should be car-free
    Brussels has some of the most beautiful squares in the world. Unfortunately, most are either glorified roundabouts or glamorous car parks. ...