Brussels

Brussels

Federal region of Belgium comprising 19 municipalities

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Paul Withers
July 6, 2020
Express.co.uk
THE City has been gripped by fears of a no deal Brexit and the possibility of chaos with access to EU markets after the latest collapse of talks with the UK on a trade deal.
AFP
June 26, 2020
The Hindu
Many a wedding plan has been upended by the COVID-19 pandemic and it seems not even world leaders are immune.
John Bolton
June 21, 2020
The Telegraph
John Bolton's explosive new book 'The Room Where it Happened' details his time as Trump's national security adviser from 2018-19
Danny Crichton
June 15, 2020
TechCrunch
"...Some of the worst aggressors or most powerful and intrusive companies are basically completely out of the spotlight."
BBC News
June 9, 2020
BBC News
Britain is embarking on negotiations over trade deals with countries around the world including the US.
Holger Hansen
May 30, 2020
IN
Lufthansa's management board accepted a more favourable set of demands made by the European Commission in exchange for approval of a 9 billion euro (8.13 billion pounds) government bailout, the carrier said on Saturday, paving the way for its rescue.
Jennifer Rankin in Brussels
May 18, 2020
the Guardian
Coronavirus: medics turn backs on Belgium's prime minister in silent protest - video
April 14, 2020
clinicaltrials.gov
Exhaustion and Needs in Frontline COVID-19 Healthcare Workers: Cross-sectional Study in a Belgian Population - Full Text View.
Andrew Roth in Moscow, Stephanie Kirchgaessner in Washington, Daniel Boffey in Brussels, Oliver Holmes in Jerusalem and Helen Davidson in Sydney
April 14, 2020
the Guardian
Police officers in Szolnok, Hungary, use a drone to find residents failing to comply with the stay-at-home order. Photograph: Janos Meszaros/EPA
Joe Barnes, Brussels Correspondent
April 9, 2020
Express.co.uk
BRITAIN could be charged more than £2billion a month to extend the post-Brexit transition period beyond the end of the year, Express.co.uk can reveal.
Harmeet Kaur
April 3, 2020
Coronavirus
Around the world, seismologists are observing a lot less ambient seismic noise -- meaning, the vibrations generated by cars, trains, buses and people going about their daily lives. And in the absence of that noise, Earth's upper crust is moving just a little less.
Elizabeth Gibney
April 1, 2020
Scientific American
Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.
Adam Vaughan
March 24, 2020
New Scientist
Greta Thunberg says she and her father, Swedish actor Svante Thunberg, appear to have been infected by the coronavirus, though they have not been tested as their native Sweden is only doing so for severe cases
Telegraph reporters
March 4, 2020
The Telegraph
One of the cases, a member of staff at the European Defence Agency, had returned from Italy on Feb 23
PTI
March 4, 2020
The Hindu
A spokeswoman for the European Defence Agency confirmed that a male public servant of the agency had returned from Italy on February 23 and subsequently tested positive.
Aude Massiot
March 4, 2020
the Guardian
The International Association of Oil and Gas Producers represents 29 of Europe's main fossil fuel operators, including Total, Shell, BP and ExxonMobil. Photograph: Gregory Bull/AP
James Crisp
March 2, 2020
The Telegraph
David Frost enjoyed a full English with eggs and bacon before meeting his European Commission counterpart, Michel Barnier
AFP | PTI
February 17, 2020
@bsindia
The CAA laws eases citizenship rules for religious minorities such as Hindus and Christians from Muslim-majority Bangladesh, Pakistan and Afghanistan
BBC News
February 2, 2020
BBC News
Boris Johnson is to say he would accept border checks if the EU does not agree to a free-trade deal.
January 26, 2020
The Economic Times
As Brexit becomes reality and the bloc's membership declines for the first time on Friday, January 31, here is a recap of testing times in the past.
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