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Dominica signals positive outcomes after EU, UK makes a visit to examine CBI Programme

A delegation of the European Union and the United Kingdom recently visited the Commonwealth of Dominica to analyse the island's citizenship by investment programme. Throughout the extensive deliberations,...

Belgium addresses urgent need for guardians as unaccompanied minors seek refuge

Recognizing the gravity of the situation, the Ministry of Justice has collaborated with the Centre for General Welfare Work (CAW) to bolster the ranks of guardians who play a crucial role in representing and safeguarding these minors

European March for Palestine in Brussels Calls for Immediate Ceasefire in Gaza

Around 40 civil society groups, unions, and non-governmental organizations will come together for the 'European March for Palestine' in Brussels, uniting in a collective effort to pressure the European Union to support an immediate ceasefire in Gaza

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Belgian Prime Minister Urges Unified Action Against Surge in Drug-Related Violence

With eight shootings rattling Brussels in just nine days, De Croo addressed Parliament on Thursday, emphasizing the imperative for all levels of authority to collaborate in tackling this pressing issue

Liberty Global and Nokia Forge Ahead with 5G Innovation at Port of Antwerp

This collaborative effort marks a significant step forward in realizing the vision set forth by the GSMA's Open Gateway initiative, which seeks to standardize APIs in standalone 5G networks to accelerate innovation

Belgian Animal Park Prepares Farewell for Pandas Heading Back to China

"The departure of our three 'baby' pandas, cherished by all since their arrival, is a poignant yet necessary step in our commitment to the conservation of this emblematic species," expressed Pairi Daiza in a heartfelt statement

Antwerp Faces Rising Concerns Over Safety After Attacks on Public Buses

The gravity of the situation became even more apparent as details emerged about the targeted buses. One of the buses, identified as number 36, had not only the driver but also passengers on board during the attack

“Yulia Navalnaya Meets European Council President in Brussels Amidst Navalny Fallout”

Yulia's meeting with Michel was a symbolic gesture of the EU's unwavering stance against Russian authoritarianism and its commitment to championing human rights and freedom of expression

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