EU and Eurozone recorded decline of 0.2% in Economic growth during year’s third quarter

According to preliminary figures from the European official statistics agency Eurostat, economic growth in the Eurozone and across the EU slowed significantly in the third quarter of 2022 compared to the same period a year earlier and the prior three months

Humanitarian organizations set up tents, distribute sleeping bags to foreign refugees

The humanitarian organisations had to set up tents and distribute sleeping bags and blankets to unaccompanied foreign minors outside the Humanitarian Hub on Wednesday evening, Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) in a statement.

EU decides to earmark €500 million tranche to support Ukrainian army

European Union member states on Monday validated the release of a new tranche of funding to provide the Ukrainian armed forces with equipments.

Paris: 12-year-old ‘Lola’ found dead in suitcase; died of suffocation, says autopsy

The 12-year-old girl "Lola", who was found dead on Friday night in a suitcase near her home in Paris, died of suffocation. The following information has been confirmed via an autopsy report.

EU Commission recommends Member States grant Bosnia, Herzegovina candidate status

The EU Commission recommends that EU Member States grant Bosnia and Herzegovina candidate status for EU membership, provided that a number of decisions are made.

UK’s decision to withdraw from EU brought woes for it people living on continent

The UK's decision to withdraw from the EU brought many woes for its people 'living on the continent.' While Belgium implemented a system to guarantee their status.

Envelope containing suspicious white powder found in EU Commission building

On Friday morning, at around 11:50, emergency services were called to the 13th floor of the European Commission building- where President Ursula Von Der Leyen's office is.

Brussels: Fund is required to empower functioning of federal judicial police, says Prosecutor General

A fund is needed to be created to empower the functioning of the federal judicial police, public prosecutor's office and criminal courts, Brussels Prosecutor General Johan Delmulle said on Thursday.

German Consul to Brazil-Hahn escapes after beating his Belgian husband to death

The German Consul to Brazil Uwe Herbert Hahn, who has been stood accused of beating his Belgian husband to death after more than two decades together.

Brussels: Several embassies to open doors to general people on Heritage Days 2022

Heritage Days of this year during the weekend of 17 and 18 September will centre around the theme of decolonization & will see several embassies open their doors to the general public for the first time.

Belgium to increase military capacity with new fighter jets, helicopters

Belgium is currently finalizing plans to increase its army capacities with the arrival of new fighter jets and soon new helicopters as well.

COVID-19 became reason for deaths of 10,000 people in Flanders in 2020: Reports

The situation created by the COVID-19 pandemic in Flanders has resulted in the deaths of over 10,000 people in 2020.

Greece introduces strict measures to reduce number of migrants, asylum seekers

Greece is planning to introduce stricter measures to reduce the number of migrants and asylum seekers who are crossing the Maritsa River.

Belgium sperm banks: Amid undersupply, it can take upto 6 month-year to obtain healthy sperm

Belgium sperm banks are undersupplied and waiting times for would-be families continues to grow, as per recent reports. It can now take between six months and one year to obtain a healthy sperm sample.

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PSG Snubs Kylian Mbappé for Last Ligue 1 Encounter

Despite fervent anticipation surrounding Mbappé's potential move to the Spanish giants, PSG has chosen to remain tight-lipped regarding the rationale behind his exclusion from the matchday squad

France Escalates Efforts to Quell Unrest in New Caledonia Amid Rising Tensions

High Commissioner Louis Le Franc, the highest state official in New Caledonia, issued a stern warning in a televised address on Sunday, May 19th, asserting that France would spare no effort in reclaiming control of the territory, "whatever the cost"

France Accuses Azerbaijan of Interference in New Caledonia Protests

France has leveled accusations against Azerbaijan, claiming the country's involvement in the recent wave of protests and violence that have gripped the Pacific island territory of New Caledonia

European Union Population Trends: Growth, Decline, and Shifting Densities

While some countries have witnessed substantial population growth, such as France and Spain, which each recorded a remarkable increase of 6.3 million people, others have faced declines

N’Golo Kanté Returns: Deschamps Unveils French Squad for Euro 2024

Deschamps, speaking on French television channel TF1, expressed confidence in Kanté's return, citing his full season of play with Saudi club Al Ittihad, despite the midfielder's struggles with injuries during his time at Chelsea.