Around 200 people demonstrated in Brussels against the anti-coronavirus measures, while Belgium is experiencing an epidemic rebound.

Belgium: First Demonstration Against Anti-Coronavirus Measures in Brussels

COVID-19: The Coronavirus has claimed nearly 10,000 victims in Belgium More than 200 people demonstrated in Brussels on Sunday against the anti-Covid restrictions, in their view of freedom, some accusing the public authorities and experts of being in the pay of the pharmaceutical industry. “Corona circus”, “it’s my body, it’s my choice”, could we read on the signs. The anger […]

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Coronavirus: Wearing a Mask Becomes Compulsory in Public Spaces Throughout the Brussels Region 1

Coronavirus: Wearing a Mask Becomes Compulsory in Public Spaces Throughout the Brussels Region

EPIDEMIC: Belgium exceeded the threshold of 75,000 people infected with coronavirus on Wednesday Brussels is following in the footsteps of Paris and going even further by imposing, as of this Wednesday, the wearing of a mask in public spaces throughout the territory of the Brussels region. In total, the generalization of the obligation concerns the 19 municipalities of the region […]

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Organic farming: Europe wants to authorize pesticides and reduce quality controls in the sector

Organic Farming: Europe Wants to Authorise Pesticides and Reduce Quality Controls in the Sector

HEALTH: The European Agricultural Council plans to soften the standards and even authorise, in certain cases, the presence of pesticides in the productions resulting from organic farming There is growing concern among producers, processors and distributors in the organic sector in France. The European Agricultural Council, which takes place this Monday in Brussels (Belgium), is examining a project to […]

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32 departments on orange alert with storm ciara

Storm Ciara: 32 Departments still on Orange Alert on Monday, Considerable Damage

Gusts of over 130 km/h swept France on the night of Sunday 9th February 2020. Several cities were flooded and homes deprived of electricity. Cancelled flights, interrupted ferries between France and England, stationary rail traffic in western Germany: the Storm Ciara blows over northwest Europe on Monday, causing damage, flooding and outages of current. Wind gusts over 130 km/h In France, […]

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Presentation of the yellow jersey of the Tour de France 2019 with the effigy of champions who donned the prestigious tunic in the Grande Boucle, on May 14, 2019 in Romilly-sur-Seine.

Tour de France: The Yellow Jersey, a Legend of One Hundred Years

The Tour de France riders will start for three weeks of racing on Saturday 6th July 2019, in Brussels (Belgium). Around the world, it symbolizes the Tour de France. The yellow jersey celebrates in July the hundred years of a legendary and tumultuous story, nourished only by the cult of victory. The birth in Grenoble The anniversary will coincide on […]

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Theresa May returns to Brussels to break Brexit Deadlock

Theresa May Returns to Brussels to Break the Deadlock over Brexit

Prime Minister Theresa May arrives in the European capital in a tense atmosphere, in the wake of a controversy created by the President of the European Council Donald Tusk. British Prime Minister Theresa May will try on Thursday 7th February, 2019 in Brussels to obtain a new compromise on the burning issue of the Irish border , despite the […]

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Theresa May wants to renegotiate the Brexit deal, but not the E

Theresa May Wants to Renegotiate the Brexit Deal, But Not the EU

The British Parliament voted on Tuesday 29th January, calling for an amendment to the Brexit agreement, which Brussels and Emmanuel Macron immediately rejected Just two months before Brexit , Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday 29th January 2019 was given by British MPs a mandate to reopen negotiations with Brussels, but the European Union immediately refused, a dialogue of the deaf with […]

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The course of the 2019 Tour de France

Tour de France: Here is the Official Route for the 2019 Competition

This Thursday 25th October, at 11.30am, the organisers of the Tour de France unveil the course for the 2019 competition. The start of the Tour de France 2019 will be held on Saturday 6th July in Brussels . If the program of the first two stages in Belgium is already known, the organisers have announced  the entire course of the 106th edition this Thursday 25th October […]

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Uefa reprograms four matches of Euro 2020 from Brussels to London

Euro 2020: UEFA in Brussels Withdraw Four Games … and Reprograms them to London

UEFA withdrew four matches of Euro 2020 to relocate them in London. Why? The inability of the Belgian organisers to ensure the delivery of the stadium project. UEFA has decided on Thursday 7th December, 2017, to withdraw four matches from Brussels for Euro 2020 and to reprogram the stadium in Wembley, London, announced its President Aleksander Ceferin. The UEFA Executive Committee decided “unanimously” […]

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New round of talks between London and Brussels this week over Brexit

Brexit: New Round of Talks between London and Brussels

The European and British negotiators find themselves on Monday to try to advance brexit discussions on the terms of the departure of the United Kingdom from the European Union, but the two sides still differ on the approach to the negotiations. This week, a new round of Brexit discussions will take place between European and […]

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