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Belgium to repatriate children held in Al-Hol Syrian refugee camp
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Belgian city of Ghent trains single mothers be childcare workers
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Belgium’s slow rollout ‘absurd’ with so many vaccines made in the country
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Crowds defy restrictions, party in Belgian park
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Foreign envoys of 24 nations arrive in JandK to assess ground situation
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Surprise porcupine twins at Belgian zoo
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Twin pandas play in their first snow at Belgian zoo
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Paris terror attacks: Belgian hearing into accomplices begins
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'It's not right what's going on': Anti-lockdown protests continue in Belgium, Austria and Slovenia
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The Circular Economy, taking elevator pitches to new heights - and getting in the Christmas Spirit
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Two Belgian friends take on 'social distancing' patrol
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Aunt of Black man who died after arrest in Belgium: We want justice
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Tin Tin artwork expected to raise more than 2.6m euros at Paris auction
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Belgium to launch new coronavirus vaccine strategy amid criticism for a slow roll-out
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In biggest-ever drug haul in Chennai, contraband worth Rs 1.65 crore seizedThe two parcels that arrived from Belgium and Netherlands at the Foreign Post office in Chennai contained a total of 5,210 ecstasy pills, 100 grams of MDMA crystals and 1 gram of Methaqualone, with..
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Germans off to sunny Spain as Europe loosens border lockdownEuropean nations eased border controls on Monday as coronavirus cases declined after three months of lockdown, with German tourists heading for Mallorca and French bargain-hunters streaming into..
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Sunseekers and cigarette runs: Europe starts to reopen bordersEuropean nations eased border controls on Monday as coronavirus cases declined after three months of lockdown, with Germans heading abroad on holiday and French people streaming into Belgium to buy..
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Leopold not to blame for Congo abuse, Belgian king's brother saysThe brother of Belgium's king joined a swelling debate about its past on Friday by saying that King Leopold II, under whose rule millions of Congolese were killed or maimed, could not have "made people..
Belgian prince fined for breaching quarantine rules in SpainSpain has fined Belgium's Prince Joachim 10,400 euros ($11,800) for breaking quarantine rules last month during a trip to the country, where he tested positive for the coronavirus, a Spanish government..
Should we remove statues of Congo's coloniser king, Belgian councillor asksA Brussels councillor has urged a debate on what to do with statues of Belgian King Leopold II, the brutal coloniser of what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo, which have been defaced by..
Defaced statue of Belgian colonial king taken away, future unclearA statue in Belgium of King Leopold II that was daubed with paint and burnt during protests inspired by the death of black American George Floyd was removed on Tuesday for possible renovation.
Belgian aged 103 walking marathon to raise funds for COVID-19 researchA 103-year-old Belgian doctor is walking a marathon around his garden in daily stages to raise money for research into the new coronavirus, inspired by a centenarian who became a hero in Britain for..
Belgians return to bars and restaurants but not without virus fearsSitting at the Roy d'Espagne terrace on the Grand Place in Brussels, Ian Panne enjoyed his first beer in a restaurant after Belgium eased almost 12 weeks of coronavirus lockdown.
Inspired by U.S. protests, some Belgians want colonial king statues removedInspired by global protests at the death of unarmed black American George Floyd, some 30,000 people in Belgium have signed two petitions to remove statues of the country's colonial-era King Leopold II,..
Belgium to reopen businesses on June 8, borders on June 15Belgium will allow almost all businesses to reopen on June 8, including cafes and bars, following its lockdown to combat the coronavirus, the country's prime minister said on Wednesday, although social..
Belgian prince tests positive for coronavirus after attending gathering in SpainA nephew of Belgium's King Philippe, Prince Joachim, has tested positive for coronavirus after attending a party in Spain, which Spanish media said broke lockdown rules because of the number of people..
Belgium to restart cross-border family visits from May 30Belgium will allow cross-border travel to visit family members in neighbouring countries from Saturday, in a slight easing of travel restrictions imposed to curb the coronavirus, the interior minister..
Drought adds to Belgian farmers' coronavirus miseryAs coronavirus lockdowns disrupt food supply chains and shuttered restaurants curb demand for some of their produce, Belgium's farmers are grappling with another crisis - drought.
France, Italy, Belgium act to stop use of hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19 on safety fearsFrance, Italy and Belgium acted to halt the use of hydroxychloroquine to treat patients suffering from COVID-19, the illness caused by the new coronavirus, amid questions about the safety of the..
Twenty-six people arrested in France and Belgium over truck deathsThe French prosecutor's office said on Wednesday that 26 people had been arrested in France and Belgium in connection with the deaths of 39 Vietnamese migrants found in the back of a truck near London..
Belgian rail tests sensors to keep workers apart during COVID-19Belgium's railways are testing smart cameras with sensors to ensure its workers wear masks and maintain their distance to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
Belgium will not return to tough lockdown: ministerBelgium will not return to the strict measures imposed for nearly two months to combat the coronavirus outbreak even if there is a second wave of COVID-19 cases, the country's interior minister has..
Ancient Belgian watermill sees flour demand spike during lockdownAs Europeans have sought stress relief from baking while under lockdown, one of Belgium's last watermills still producing flour has seen a surge in demand for its produce.
Back to school for Belgian children with face masks and temperature checksSome children, many with face masks, returned to school on Friday as Belgium further eased a two-month coronavirus lockdown.
Belgian Trappists reopen tap for beer sales as lockdown easesBelgian Trappist monks who brew one of the world's most coveted beers have reopened for business after a two-month break, though COVID-19 restrictions mean they can only supply local rather than..
UK says Belgium is worse on COVID-19 deaths per millionThe United Kingdom is on a similar level to France, Italy and Spain on COVID-19 deaths per million but Belgium is worse, a junior British health minister said on Thursday.
Congolese citizens bring civil action in Belgium against passport makerCongolese citizens and international campaign groups have filed a civil action in Belgium against passport manufacturer Semlex, which is being investigated by prosecutors for possible money laundering..
Belgium set to reopen schools, markets, museums and zoosBelgian schools will partially reopen and markets, museums and zoos will also be allowed to operate again from next Monday, Prime Minister Sophie Wilmes said on Wednesday, in a further easing of the..
Gloved and masked, Belgians head back into shops after lockdownBelgium allowed most of its shops to reopen on Monday with strict hygiene rules for customers, following in the footsteps of Spain in an easing of its eight-week lockdown as the number of COVID-19..
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Belgian chefs lay down jackets to protest at lockdownHundreds of chefs' jackets were laid down in the center of Brussels on Thursday to highlight the plight of hotels, restaurants and cafes that have been shuttered for nearly two months during the..
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Masked Belgians start cautious exit from lockdownBelgium began a cautious easing of its coronavirus lockdown on Monday, allowing some businesses to reopen while obliging passengers on public transport to wear a mask under a new rule to reduce the..
Belgian elderly get a lift from cherry-picking platformsResidents of a care home in Brussels got the chance to see family members in person for the first time since mid-March on Monday thanks to a raised platform normally used for window cleaning or picking..
Belgian COVID-19 hospital entries at lowest since lockdown startBelgian hospitals admitted the lowest number of COVID-19 patients since the start of the lockdown almost seven weeks ago, figures showed on Monday, a week before the country starts to ease..
Mothering with a mask: Belgian with COVID-19 gives birth to healthy babyA pregnant Belgian woman diagnosed with the coronavirus has given birth to a healthy baby daughter - but must now learn to care for her newborn wearing, and sleeping with, a protective mask.
Belgium set for phased easing of lockdown from May 4Belgium plans to allow a gradual easing of coronavirus restriction measures from May 4, with a series of phases of further re-opening during the course of the month.
Coronavirus can cause extra delirium, but 'no catastrophe' in Belgian psychiatric hospitalFrom serving more fries to patients to engaging them in sewing face masks, Belgian psychiatric hospitals have carefully adapted their routine to comply with coronavirus restrictions.
Once victims of their own success, Belgian tourist spots emptied by coronavirusBelgium's historic city centres of Bruges and Brussels, usually so busy with visitors that authorities have considered limiting tourists, are facing an unprecedented challenge as the coronavirus..
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