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Bluebell flowers decorate Belgian forest floor

19 Apr 2017

BRUSSELS Each spring, the ground of the forest Hallerbos trades in its brown and green hues for vibrant blue, when a burst of bluebell flowers bloom.

Belgian company takes 3D printing to chocolate

13 Apr 2017

GEMBLOUX, Belgium Layer by layer, 0.2 millimeters at a time, a specialized printing machine at Belgian chocolate shop Miam Factory applies melted chocolate to shape a three-dimensional object. | Video

Post-Brexit London will be key EU partner - mayor

28 Mar 2017

BRUSSELS London will remain open to Europe and the European Union even after Brexit, the city's mayor Sadiq Khan said on Tuesday, while urging the British government to guarantee that EU citizens living in Britain can stay.

EU leaders to meet for special Brexit summit on April 29 - EU's Tusk

21 Mar 2017

BRUSSELS The European Union's 27 leaders will meet on April 29 to agree their negotiating lines for Brexit talks after London sends in a formal notification that it wants to leave the bloc, the chairman of the summit, Donald Tusk, said on Tuesday.

EU lawmakers reject call for ban on Arctic oil exploration

16 Mar 2017

BRUSSELS The European Parliament rejected a call to ban Arctic oil and gas exploration on Thursday, in a symbolic vote seen as a barometer for future moves by Brussels to regulate to protect the region.

Top EU court to give first ruling on Islamic headscarf bans

13 Mar 2017

BRUSSELS The European Court of Justice (ECJ) will determine on Tuesday whether an employer can prohibit staff from wearing the Islamic headscarf in the first case of its kind before the EU's top court.

EU leaders grope for unity as Britain walks out

10 Mar 2017

BRUSSELS The leaders of the European Union tried to put a poisonous row with Poland behind them on Friday but struggled to agree on ways to hold the bloc together following the shock of Britain's vote to walk out.

Technology is now at root of almost all serious crime -Europol

09 Mar 2017

BRUSSELS High-tech crimes, such as document fraud, money laundering and online trading in illegal goods, are at the root of almost all serious criminality, Europe's police agency said on Thursday.

EU court sets limit on right to be forgotten in company registers

09 Mar 2017

BRUSSELS Individuals cannot demand that personal data be erased from company records in an official register, the European Union's top court ruled on Thursday, limiting the "right to be forgotten".

Technology is now at root of almost all serious crime: Europol

09 Mar 2017

BRUSSELS High-tech crimes, such as document fraud, money laundering and online trading in illegal goods, are at the root of almost all serious criminality, Europe's police agency said on Thursday.

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