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International biotech company Eurogentec has announced the construction of a new production zone at its site in Seraing, Liège.
The Royal Meteorological Institute (IRM) has classified the dry weather in Belgium since July 2016 as “exceptional”, meaning farmers should be able to claim compensation from the Agricultural
The Walloon towns of Ath and Brugelette, in Hainaut province, are considering a merger - the first of its kind in French-speaking Belgium since 1977.
A part of the Sonian Forest to the south of Brussels has been recognised as a natural world heritage site by Unesco, after a joint application by Belgium's three regions.
It’s a modern-day miracle.
An estimated 150,000 fans came out on Sunday to watch day two of the 104th Tour de France in south-eastern Belgium.
Launched in 2006 to support upcoming brands and designers from Wallonia and Brussels, Wallonie-Bruxelles Design Mode (WBDM) has kicked off 2017 with a dynamic new fashion programme.
Wallonia increased its exports to countries outside the EU in 2016.
During three weeks at the Ecuries in Charleroi and La Raffinerie in Brussels this autumn, the Charleroi Danse festival will offer "a snapshot" of current international dance.