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When people think of Belgium and World War One, they tend to overlook the south of Belgium.
It’s fireworks and fiesta as Belgium celebrates its national day on Monday.
Time to cross the line: volunteer in Brussels.
The World Cup kicked off last night with a colourful opening ceremony, predicted win for home country Brazil and protests in cities around the South American country.
Cancer never sleeps, nor does it have international boundaries. Whether back home and abroad, cancer has already probably had an important impact in your life.
You might know Forest for music venue Forest National, or the jail, or, if you’re a car lover, the Audi factory. But this Brussels commune is a green one too, with six large parks.
The horrors of World War One never fail to resonate.
The shooting death of three people at the Jewish Museum in Brussels last month sent a shock wave through Belgium but perhaps nowhere as much as in Jewish quarters.