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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
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.
Catherine Stewart came to Brussels in 1984 to work as a lobbyist in the heart of the EU. Today she is chairman of Interel Group, Brussels’ leading public affairs consultancy.
The European Court of Justice sentenced Belgium to pay a fine of €10 million due to insufficient treatment of wastewater, after five communes in Wallonia were found to be not up to standard.
Former Belgian prime minister Wilfried Martens, who led nine governments and was the president of the European People's Party, has died at the age of 77.
As announced by Ambassador Brenton in this month’s column, the University of Wolverhampton opened a brand new Brussels off
Belgium's deputy prime minister Joëlle Milquet joined cabinet ministers from more than a dozen European countries at Rome’s Palazzo Chigi yesterday in a show of support for Italy's first blac
The European Union has granted Belgian chocolate manufacturer Barry Callebaut the right to use the first ever health claim in the history of the cocoa and chocolate industry, reports