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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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COVID-19 cases across Belgium continues to face downtrend: Reports

The cases of the COVID-19 infection are showing a downward trend in Belgium, after the sudden increase in the number of infected individuals, again the figures are decreasing, but the number of people facing death by getting affected by the COVID-19 infection is rising gradually.

Norway to establish 1000 new study places for international students from Ukraine

The authorities of Norway have made the announcement that they are going to establish one thousand new study places for the international students that are arriving from the war-torn nation, from the €5 million funds that have been provided by the government.

Lithuania to no longer import gas from Russia, says authorities

The authorities of Lithuania have mentioned that they are no longer going to import gas from Russia, and this is going to become the first European nation to be fully independent of Russian gas.

Over 4.2 million Ukrainians flee nation amid war: UNHCR

The UN High Commissioner for the Refugees (UNHCR) has shared the latest figures from the beginning of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine on February 24. The maximum number of 4.2 million individuals from Ukraine have escaped the nation, with around 40,000 of the refugees that have been registered in the neighboring countries.

Wallonia 5-year-old boy shot his sister in head

In Wallonia, a five-year-old boy has accidentally shot his young sister in the head on Friday after he found their father's CZ38 9mm pistol in Seraing on the outskirts of Liège, As per the officials.

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