• Ryanair CEO says Belgian staff should ‘shut up and go to work’
    Michael O'Leary, CEO of budget carrier Ryanair, lashed out at his airline's Belgian employees over an upcoming day of international ...
    Ryanair CEO says Belgian staff should ‘shut up and go to work’
    Michael O'Leary, CEO of budget carrier Ryanair, lashed out at his airline's Belgian employees over an upcoming day of international solidarity action ...
    Over one million bottles of ‘excellent’ Walloon wine for the 2019 vintage
    The 2019 vintage of Walloon wines will be marked by an " excellent quality ", Pierre Rion, president of the Association des vignerons de Wallonie ...
    EU cautious: Elections in Israel leaves country in political limbo
    With 97 percent of the votes counted yesterday in the parliamentary elections in Israel, no political bloc gained the required 61 seats, out of the ...
    Car free Sunday: a guide to who can be on the roads (and who can’t)
    Car-Free Sunday - which will be held on 22 September throughout the Brussels-Capital Region - will see the region almost vehicle-free between 9:30 AM ...
    Brussels postpones migrants’ eviction from citizen-led housing centre
    Homeless migrants staying in a housing centre run by a citizen non-profit will be able to continue sleeping there for a few additional days, Brussels ...
    Climate: Thousands of protesters take to the streets of Brussels (photos)
    Thousands of students and Brussels residents have taken to the streets to participate in the third Global Climate strike.The march began when ...
    Brexit: we are as ready as we can be, Charles Michel assures
    The federal government provided updated information on Friday concerning Belgium's preparations for Brexit ahead of the looming deadline.We are ...
    Opinion
    Between January and May 2019, Youth for Climate organised weekly strikes for the climate in several Belgian ...
    At the recent Jackson Hole economic symposium, the Bank of England's governor Mark Carney voiced his ...
    About ten to fifteen years ago, scientists and environmentalists thought that disbelief in global warming, ...
    As I walk from Gent-Sint-Pieters station to my apartment in the centre of the city, I am presented with the ...
    As protests in Hong Kong show no signs of dying down, maintaining the status quo in the hope that the ...
    From an American perspective, the EU’s attitude towards the UK is a sad commentary on the state of government ...
    The nine-to-five work schedule isn’t for everyone, and neither is working in a cubicle all day every day. ...
    Self-loathing is a problem, not a trend. Anorexia is an illness, not a life choice. Bulimia is a tragedy, not ...
     When I first moved to the Rupelstreek, a cute but anonymous agglomeration of towns south of ...
    For the people who were involved in the Allied advance on Brussels on Sunday 3 September 1944, it would be ...
    Magazine
    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 ...
    Raised in limbo: The unmoored lives of Belgium’s Islamic State children
    In a derelict camp in northern Syria, Belgian children are growing up in a lawless land.Their short lives have been defined by the ...
    Benefits, risks and human nature: managing the Artificial Intelligence revolution
    It was a medical scoop for the Benelux countries. Anaesthetists at the UZ Brussels hospital made use of new artificial intelligence (AI) ...
    The Year of Silence: Belgium’s darkest moments during WWII
    Historian Herman Van Goethem, rector of Antwerp University and a former director of Kazerne Dossin, the Holocaust and Human Rights Museum ...
    Five questions to philosopher Philippe Van Parijs on Belgium’s post-electoral deadlock
    Belgium’s federal elections were held on 26 May, the same day as the European and regional elections. Most spectacular was the leap forward ...
    25 years after the genocide in Rwanda many questions still remain unanswered
    This year marks a quarter century since the genocide in Rwanda but it still remains unclear who some of the main culprits were that ...
    Power plays, personal ambitions and hard feelings: The consequences of a no-deal Brexit crash out
    Thursday 31 October is set to be a big day for the European Union. It is the last day of Jean-Claude Juncker’s tenure as president of the ...
    Condemned and abandoned: The Belgian ghost town which refuses to disappear
    The village of Doel ‒ situated on the Scheldt River in Flanders ‒ was meant to be destroyed in favour of progress. That didn't happen. ...