International companies who refuse to leave the Russian market will be forced to support Russia’s war against Ukraine by aiding in the mobilisation of conscript soldiers.
Sonaca will help develop ultra-fast interceptor rockets designed to react to the latest generation of hypersonic missiles.
If gas shortages become worse than expected, many EU Member States could fall into a recession, the OECD predicts.
In total, around 54 major waterways link Belgium to France and the Netherlands, as well as out into the English channel and North Sea.
Around 58,000 fans of anime and pop culture travelled to Brussels’ Brussels Expo this weekend.
A gunman has opened fire in a school in the city of Izhevsk in central Russia, killing at least 13 people and injuring 21.
Kalashnikovs, firearms, and two canisters of petrol were found in a car park outside of the house that the minister shares with his family.
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The Russian leader warned that his country “would use all means at its disposal to defend Russia if its territorial integrity was threatened.”
Measures to protect citizens from the economic impact of the war in Ukraine have inevitably had an effect on the Federal Government's budget.
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Thousands attended Queen Elizabeth II's funeral ceremony, which was steeped in ancient royal tradition and protocol.
This is the lowest level recorded since 25 July. However, compared to the annual average for this period, prices are still seven times higher than usual.
Shells are reported to have landed 300 metres away from the reactor building and damaged several nearby buildings.
A former humanitarian helicopter pilot is accused of facilitating the delivery of weapons to countries under international embargo.
"Without further action, we risk becoming completely dependent on imports for a material that is key to Europe’s green transition.”
In 2017, 5.4 people for every thousand in the world were found to be victims of modern slavery. Last year, this rose to 6.4 victims per thousand people.
In Belgium, there are around 5.5 million bicycles in circulation. At the start of 2021, cyclists in Brussels had risen 32% as riding to work gains popularity.
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The report warns that the outlook is “only set to grow bleaker” in the coming years, with heat stress set to pose an extreme risk to agriculture in over 30% of countries.
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