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The European Commission is set to rap Belgium this week for failing to do enough to trim its budget deficit but is unlikely to go as far as imposing a fine, according to a press report Saturd
Loath though we are to blow our own trumpet, we at The Bulletin remembered that, back in the early 1970s, we called for a “citizen picnic” on the –not-yet-pedestrianised Grand Place, the purp
Five amateur expat chefs took to the kitchen last month for a cook-off that showed Belgian cuisine is about much more than frites, chocolate and waffles.
During a visit to the battlefields of France and Belgium, Baroness Warsi, Britain’s faith and communities minister, has paid tribute to the sacrifices made by the 1.2 million men from the Ind
Union members from Belgium, Germany, Spain, France and Portugal are staging an anti-austerity protest and a call for youth employment in Brussels today as EU leaders gather for a two-day summit.
Belgium’s KBC Group said today that it had wrapped up the sale of its remaining 22% stake in Slovenia’s largest bank, NLB, to the Slovenian government for a total consideration of over €2.76 millio