Belgium reported no severe incidents and only one major incident: one of the “best results in its history.”
“The war in cyberspace began almost a month and a half before the kinetic war.”
The distinctive vehicles are a regular sight around the Caribbean island, some still bearing adverts from Brussels. Yet the buses have not been without issue...
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, following fierce criticism, is expected to announce that Germany will send at least 14 Leopard 2 tanks.
Third quarter budgetary statistics suggest that Belgium is racing towards a 6.1% budget deficit within the next two years.
New research challenges the narrative that there had been a “vast exodus of Western firms leaving the Russian market.”
“I find it particularly bizarre that you take your children with you to parliament,” the politician complained.
In the attempts to tackle the fire on Rue d’Arlon, which burned for over four hours, two firefighters were injured.
ChatAI has found the need to take a proactive stance on moderation. Ironically, it chose the least moral way to do so paying workers less than $2 per hour.
Russia rakes in around $4 billion each year in revenue from the export of rough diamonds, much of which ends up in the coffers of the Russian army.
Beijer’s name had repeatedly come up during the investigation into the Brabant killings, but he denies any involvement in the series of robberies and murders.
“It’s part of our tradition, like it or not,” one of the suspects reportedly told investigators.
Rising fuel prices, an influx of American tourists, and a lower supply of flights for most European airlines will make plane tickets 5-10% more expensive this year.
Around 48,000 ships pass through the strait annually, carrying 55 million tonnes of oil and large quantities of Ukrainian and Russian grain.
Two tram passengers were lightly injured and transferred to hospital.
The biggest spender was the N-VA, who spent €1,715,490 last year, accounting for roughly 34% of all Belgian political advertising on social media.
While Russia may have weathered the storm last year, experts predict that Russia will feel the brunt of sanctions and declining energy revenues in 2023.
Despite significantly reducing the import of pipeline natural gas and oil, the EU is still importing large amounts of Russian liquid natural gas.
Europe could be forced to massively reduce its production capacity if competition with China becomes too fierce.
Belgium has the joint third most powerful passport in the world, allowing visa free-access to 119 countries across the world.
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