Belgian nobles no longer hold special privileges, but they are overrepresented in elite professions and in their share of the country's wealth.
Unions are hoping for a show of public support against the proposals on pension reform, particularly raising the retirement age from 62 to 64.
Charlotte was considered mad and although she was Empress of Mexico, she was also locked up by her family. A new book wants to do her story justice.
Belgium's old aristocracy and wealthy bourgeoisie throw parties for their children to create networks and meet romantic partners from the same social sphere.
Belgium will add €90 million in military aid for Ukraine to a package that is already being delivered – the "largest military package of aid" yet.
"The delivery is not a political, but a military problem."
The ban will end "in the coming weeks" but will include "new guardrails in place to deter repeat offences."
Critics have said that the move wouldn't actually help in the event of shortages given how long it takes to produce chips.
Findings in a new survey that show a growing desire for the return of authoritarianism spell trouble for the future of Belgium.
Spotify shares rose by 4% after the cuts were announced.
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World's wealthiest man Bernard Arnault has yet to name the heir to the family conglomerate fuelling speculation on which of his children will succeed him.
A majority of Belgians are happy with Queen Mathilde whose affable nature has increased the popularity of the royal family.
Amazon meets its growth targets at the expense of the physical and mental well-being of staff. Some have said it exercises "dystopian" levels of control.
One policy officer is concerned that negative stereotypes about Russian refugees will mean people offer them less sympathy.
Brussels is second only to Washington DC for lobbying, with at least 48,000 individuals working in the Belgian capital to influence EU decision-making.
"We simply live in times of heightened responsibility. We constantly questions like: Am I exercising enough? Am I eating healthily? Now: am I drinking too much?"
The Great Reset was a series of policy proposals launched by the World Economic Forum, but conspiracy theorists claim it is a ploy to enforce radical policy.
Sweden's far-right exerts a growing influence on the government and could derail progressive climate policies put in place recently.
World leaders will discuss the most pressing issues for the year ahead but many doubt whether the conference will yield any concrete action.
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