• Vlaams Belang wants Belgians fighting in the Turkish army to lose their citizenship
    The extreme-right party Vlaams Belang is proposing a bill that will strip anyone who does their military service in the army of a country ...
    Vlaams Belang wants Belgians fighting in the Turkish army to lose their citizenship
    The extreme-right party Vlaams Belang is proposing a bill that will strip anyone who does their military service in the army of a country that ...
    History teacher develops video game with gaming company to teach students about Ancient Greece
    A history teacher has developed a video game to teach children about Ancient Greece together with French video game company Ubisoft.Students in ...
    Young Belgians more tempted by sustainable investments than their parents
    Although the Belgian is still very focused on the traditional savings account, the idea of making an investment - and increasingly of sustainable ...
    Spotlight on police following claims of high-handed action against climate activists
    Extinction Rebellion has already collected over 30 testimonies of harassment and possible abuse by Brussels-Ixelles police against participants in ...
    Dutch integration courses to remain free in Brussels but will cost €360 in Flanders
    The integration courses will stay free of charge in the Brussels region, as the Flemish government is afraid that all newcomers will opt for a (free) ...
    Twenty nominated for Golden Boy football Award, but no Belgians
    Twenty players have been nominated for the Golden Boy Award for the best footballer under the age of 21 in Europe.The candidates, whose names ...
    Train traffic in Brussels disrupted by IT problems
    The Belgian train company NMBS/SNCB is facing an IT problem in Brussels. There are trains, but the traffic is disturbed."For a while, there were ...
    Opinion
    News that the United States and India are close to finalizing details of a partial trade deal has given a ...
    A series of social movements have been taking place across the Western world, with the Yellow Jackets in ...
    To ignore the plight of the innocent and voiceless people of Jammu and Kashmir is not just plain ignorance, ...
    Europe’s largest annual human rights conference was held in Warsaw, Poland during 16-27 September. This year ...
    When Indonesia burns, ASEAN chokes – and palm oil and paper production appear to be the chief culprits. After ...
    I started following Greta Thunberg's activities a year ago after her first strike in Stockholm in front of ...
    In the last two years, tensions between Iran and the international community have significantly risen. Mike ...
    It has been a rollercoaster of a month for trade relations between the US and its biggest economic partner. ...
    Exactly 26 years have passed since Palestinian Liberation Organisation Chairman (PLO), Yasser Arafat, and ...
    “The two parties that divide the state, the conservation party and the innovation party, are very old, and ...
    Magazine
    The individual side of Brexit in Belgium
    As of 23 July, Brexit was thrust back into the mindset of the world when the UK’s newly appointed Prime Minister Boris Johnson pledged that ...
    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 ...