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Belgium’s foreign minister Didier Reynders wants to see a decision on Romania's Schengen accession to be adopted by the end of 2013, reports

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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

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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

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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.

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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

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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.

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A small storm has begun brewing over a comment made in a VRT documentary by Jonathan Sugarman, aka WhistleblowerIRL, who has been called the most significant whistle-blower in Ireland, writes

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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

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Today marks a milestone for animal welfare, with the sale of cosmetics tested on animals now completely forbidden across the European Union.

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