"A robot waiter? I'm all for that - as long as you can guarantee it won't steal from the till, sleep-in hungover or ruin your most important clients' marriages!"
European leaders meet on Thursday to discuss the pressing issues of Ukraine EU membership and the problem of weening the continent off Russian fossil fuel.
"There are no doubts that the brave Ukrainian people and the outstanding leadership of President Volodymyr Zelensky belong to our European family."
As military commanders warn of narrowing options and the stakes for an endgame become clearer, Alliance foreign ministers refuse to be drawn into a 'full-fledged' war in Europe
A painstaking, two-year endeavour by bird enthusiasts across the Belgian capital will provide a snapshot of life up above.
Russia was kicked out of the World Cup on Monday as world and European football governing bodies finally bowed to intense political pressure from the EU, Poland, and post-Brexit Scotland.
Minister for Asylum and Migration Sammy Mahdi said that anyone entering the EU from Ukraine will now be granted a no-questions-asked two-year asylum status.
Price pressures revealed by the federal statistics agency risk stoking a vicious upward circle under locked-in wages indexation for Belgium's public sector
Leaders of the Western Alliance announce a strategic repositioning of air, land and sea assets across border areas with Russia from north to south.
The Covid pass that stirred so much anger in the ravaged hospitality industry is being quietly shelved, awaiting a future rainy day for viruses.
As the United States announces it is moving 7,000 additional troops into Europe, President Joe Biden addresses NATO Allies voicing fears over regional spillover.
Europe's leaders have gathered in Brussels for a crisis summit on Thursday evening to decide on their response to a Russian invasion that Ukraine's president has likened to "Nazi Germany".
"We have supported Ukraine since the beginning and we must continue to do so. We must deliver a response at the level of this unprecedented attack."
A January agreement to raise police officer salaries by 5% is now an 'interim' deal as federal and local authorities argue over how to finance the pay rise.
As manager son Vincent's Anderlecht struggle in the Belgian football league, father Pierre is standing down from power in one of the city's 19 precincts
Belgian arts venues demand a 'total and definitive' withdrawal of the Covid vaccination pass, claiming 'discrimination' as a barrier to events staging
Belgium's Green deputy premier implores public and private actors to boost rail sector through recruitment, tax and ecological incentives.
The Crown Prosecution Service said a 23-year-old man and a 20-year-old woman admitted staging seven separate armed robberies in December and January.
Brussels Airport limits tarmac access to protect staff and passengers from gales debris with repair efforts contingent on weather improvements.
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