Ukrainians in Brussels set to arrange another Rally against Russian aggression

Ukrainian residents in Brussels are planning a sizable protest against the Russian invasion and in support of Ukraine on Saturday, February 25. The rally is a part of an international week of protesting the war of aggression

Croatia: Rijeka Archdiocese provides humanitarian help to migrants at transit points

Every day, around two hundred migrants reportedly arrive in Rijeka by train. Many spend some time near the railway station on their way to other EU countries. NGOs, the city administration and the Rijeka Archdiocese, have reportedly set up a transit point to help migrants and provide them with humanitarian aid

Immigrants illegally occupied building in Brussels

Hundreds of homeless people, many of them migrants and refugees, have been living in squalid conditions in an occupied building in Brussels for several months. In the Belgian capital, thousands of potential asylum seekers have been left to fend for themselves due to chronic overcrowding at the official reception facilities

Brussels: NATO Headquarters turned off lights till December 31

In support of Ukraine, the NATO Headquarters in Brussels turned out the lights among other world monuments. The programme is a component of the "Lights for Ukraine" campaign launched by the Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the United24 platform

Brussels: Ukrainians form human chains outside NATO headquarters, demand weapons and defence systems

Outside the NATO headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, Ukrainian nationalists are building a human chain. Their primary demand is for more weaponry and air defence systems to be given to Ukraine in order to stop the Russian assault that nation has been dealing with since February 2022

Riots in Brussels after Morroco triumphs over Belgium

Riots were witnessed in several Belgian and Dutch cities on Sunday after Morocco beat Belgium in a world cup play. After burning electric scooters, smashing cars with bricks, and causing mayhem around the towns of Brussels, police captured roughly a dozen people

Belgium: Federal government to authorize new laws against Femicide

Following the murder of a young Spanish woman in Brussels, The Federal government of Belgium endorsed a proposal framework law on Friday that defines numerous types of violence that can decrease various kinds of crimes

Read Here: Belgian soldier who lost his eyes in a flamethrower attack, 1915 – 1918

On October 14, 1918, the Battle of Courtrai (Kortrijk) began as part of the Hundred Days Offensive, also called the Second Battle of Belgium.

Brussels to offer free menstrual products in six secondary schools

Free menstrual products are being offered in six secondary schools in the Brussels via distribution machines in a bid to tackle menstrual poverty.

Use of administrative services online increased most in Brussels, shows data

The King Baudouin Foundation’s new digital inclusion barometer has shown that the use of administrative services online has increased the most in the Brussels-Capital Region.

Family of one of victims of 2016 Brussels Airport attacks reacted with shock on ‘Forgotten’ victims

The family of one of the victims of the 2016 Brussels Airport attacks has reacted with shock to a report on "forgotten" victims, broadcast on Wednesday said.

Brussels Airlines to resume flight service to Burkina Faso from Thursday

The Brussels Airlines is planning to resume flights to Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, from Thursday, the carrier made an announcement on Wednesday.

EU-Britain to resume talks on Northern Ireland border issue

Following a standstill of more than six months, the European Union and Britain are resuming talks on the Northern Ireland border issue.

Around 1,700 people ran through Brussels for raising funds for breast cancer charities

Around 1,700 people ran through the streets of Brussels and La Louviere on Sunday as part of the "Race for the Cure", an event raising funds on behalf of breast cancer research and charities.

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American and Mexican representatives signed the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo - officially the Treaty of Peace

The French Wall ‘Raphael Varane announces retirement

France Football Federation recently announced that Raphael Varane, the French defender, has retired from the International French team. In a statement, Varane stated, "Representing our wonderful nation for almost ten years has been one of the biggest honour of my...

Zelensky threatens to boycott Olympics if Russia participates

Official Kyiv said that the country would boycott the 2024 Games in Paris if athletes from Russia took part in them. Florian Filippo, head of the French movement "Patriots", commented on Kyiv's statement, which threatened to depart from the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris if Russian athletes were admitted to them

Dominica: Sports Ministry to spend $ 2.4 million for Windsor Park’s lighting project

After the damage done by Hurricane Maria, Oscar George, minister of youth sports and community, announced the 2.4 million dollar budget allocated for the stadium's rehabilitation

U.S & India lifting Strategic Partnership with iCET

The U.S.-India enterprise on Critical and Emerging Technology (iCET), announced by President Biden and Prime Minister Modi in May 2022, aims to advance and broaden strategic technology partnership and defence industrial cooperation between the governments, corporations, and academic institutions of our two countries