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Russian President Vladimir Putin met with European leaders yesterday for an “EU-Russia Summit” that only lasted a few hours.
The wait may almost be over for Europeans waiting to finally experience the highly anticipated online entertainment streaming giant Netflix.
Nowhere in the eurozone are houses more expensive than in Belgium, taking account of the relationship between house prices and salaries, according to a new report Standard & Poor’s (S&P).
Belgian Prime Minister Elio Di Rupo says that the country will meet the economic expectations set by the European Commission following its political crisis two years ago.
The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine has completed a study to find out how EU member states fare when it comes to weight.
Belgium has taken the dubious honour of finding itself in third place on the list of the EU’s highest divorce rates.
It seems the idea that the majority of Europeans have the ability to speak multiple languages is a myth.
Brussels’ holiday market Winterpret has been voted the third-best in Europe by visitors of the travel website Best Destination, coming in behind Dresden and Strasbourg and ahead of Lille and Cologn
Brussels suffered only “limited” disruption yesterday, police said, as an estimated 10,000 took part in protests to coincide with the European Summit taking place in the city.