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Pro-Palestinian Activists Vandalize MR Headquarters in Brussels

This act was accompanied by a damning press release, where the protestors accused the French-speaking Liberals of obstructing efforts to hold Israel accountable for what they described as a "genocide" in Gaza

Belgium Pioneers EU Legislation to Combat Musculoskeletal Disorders in the Workplace

Musculoskeletal disorders, including back, shoulder, wrist, and elbow pain, are among the most prevalent work-related health issues in Belgium. These disorders often result from repetitive tasks, poor posture, and strenuous physical activities

Crackdown on Press Freedom Continues in Russia as Journalist Arrested for Social Media Reposts

Sergei Mingazov, a journalist with the Russian edition of Forbes magazine, has been arrested for reposting content on social media regarding the tragic events in the Ukrainian town of Bucha

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Russian Forces Claim New Gains Amid Zelensky’s Security Pact Signing: Ukraine to Receive 30 F-16s

Arriving in Belgium yesterday after a successful visit to Spain, where he obtained a promise of military assistance worth 1 billion euros from Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, Zelensky continues his mission to fortify Ukraine's defense network through Western support

European Waters Face Alarming Pollution Crisis: Trifluoroacetic Acid Contamination Sparks Concern

TFA, a byproduct of the degradation of perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), notorious for their persistence in the environment, emerged as a prevalent contaminant with concentrations ranging from 370 nanograms per liter (ng/l) to a staggering 3,300 ng/l.

Brussels City Council Urges Swift Action to Combat Noise Pollution

With unanimous support, the council passed a motion authored by Nieuw-Vlaamse Alliantie (N-VA) councilor Mathias Vanden Borre, urging targeted measures to curb the menace of urban racing and its accompanying noise pollution

European Dairy Farmers Unite in Brussels for Fair Pay Demonstration

The protest, organized by the European Milk Board (EMB), aimed to highlight the financial struggles faced by farmers and drew attention to the declining number of young people entering the agricultural sector

Xavi’s Departure Leaves Barcelona in Turmoil: A Candid Warning for Hansi Flick

Barcelona, Spain – In a dramatic turn of events, Barcelona's head coach, Xavi Hernández, was dismissed last week, just a month after reversing his...

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