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Driving throughout the Belgian capital today and tomorrow will be an even greater challenge as protesting labour unions converge with the start of the European Summit.

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The European Commission’s landmark Berlaymont Building has been sold by the Belgian government for a reported €640 million to BNP-Paribas Fortis bank and AG Insurance.

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According to a new European survey, Belgians are among the most satisfied with their trains in the European Union, with 74% of citizens giving the country’s rail system a thumbs-up.

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The Broken Circle Breakdown, the Flemish bluegrass drama directed by Felix Van Groeningen, has won the LUX Prize of the European Parliament.

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The gap in Belgium is narrower than in the EU as a whole, where the difference is 16.2%, also the same as in 2010.

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In December of 2014, the new pitch will be inaugurated with an International Christmas Truce tournament, marking the centenary of the many unofficial cease-fires that took place around Christmas 19

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By using carbon-based materials, Vermeulen is working to improve the energy efficiency of lasers on a chip that emit a wide variety of colours, making them fit for large-scale applications.

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John Heldenbergh, who co-wrote the original stage play for Compagnie Cecilia, was nominated as best actor, while Felix van Groeningen was nominated for best director and (with Carl Joos) for best s

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Louis Michel, a member of the European Parliament and former EU commissioner, has denied any knowledge of more than 150 amendments proposed to an EU privacy law in his name.

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