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Some of the brightly colored birds showed signs of dehydration and stress, and some had lost part of their plumage having spent hours in the boxes, the wildlife service says
(UPDATED) Former director of Rwanda's coffee exports, Fabien Neretse, is the first person to be convicted in Belgium on genocide charges
The entry of the new members 'further strengthens INSTEX and demonstrates European efforts to facilitate legitimate trade between Europe and Iran,' say founding shareholders France, Germany and UK
The discovery comes as British police investigate the deaths of 39 people whose bodies were found a week ago in another refrigerated truck parked east of London
The first 11 corpses were recovered from the trailer on Thursday, October 24, and taken to a nearby hospital mortuary. Autopsies will attempt to establish how the victims died.
(3rd UPDATE) The Chinese embassy in London says that British police had yet to confirm their nationality, a day after a consular official travelled to Essex
(UPDATED) European leaders begin the work needed to determine the EU's political direction
Hundreds of photos and personal items of Audrey Hepburn are on display in her hometown of Brussels to celebrate the screen icon's legacy
Together for Catalonia accuses the electoral commission of wanting to 'silence and push aside' Carles Puigdemont 'so that he can't explain what he represents at the heart of European institutions'
Belgian federal prosecutors say the suspect, identified as Jimmy K, was formally charged on Sunday following reports of his arrest south of the capital Brussels on Saturday
The law means British visitors making trips of fewer than 90 days to the Schengen passport-free zone will not need visas, even if Britain crashes out of the EU without a deal in place
Philippine officials want EU and Belgium to stop funding the Rural Missionaries of the Philppines, Ibon Foundation, Karapatan, and other groups saying the funds are only prolonging the communist insurgency
'What we ask, without the slightest hesitation, is that you sentence Mehdi Nemmouche to life in prison,' prosecutor Yves Moreau tells a Brussels court
The International Criminal Court finally frees Gbagbo, after his shock acquittal last month on charges of crimes against humanity
Appearing in the dock in Brussels' main criminal court, 33-year-old Mehdi Nemmouche again denies shooting dead 4 people in the 2014 anti-Semitic attack, and 'condemned any act of intimidation'
A review is underway of all Belgian military and troops operating in Baltic states, including those bordering Russia, should no longer be allowed to use their smartphones in 'certain regions and circumstances,' news agency Belga says
Suspect Mehdi Nemmouche, through his defense lawyer, says he wants 'to see his innocence recognized'
The protesters gather in two districts of the city – Arts Lois and Porte de Namur – but there are no incidents of violence
The victim, 65, whose name was not made public, 'was quickly identified as a local resident and a former career soldier,' a statement from the public prosecutor's office says
Thomas Meunier and Eden Hazard score as Belgium shuts out England to clinch 3rd place
After gut-wrenching semifinal losses, England and Belgium hope to salvage a 3rd-place finish
Check out the top 5 contenders for the Golden Boot award
'Germany is captive of Russia because it is getting so much of its energy from Russia,' Trump says, referring to Berlin's deal for the Nord Stream II gas pipeline
A header from Samuel Umtiti seals France's semifinal triumph over Belgium
France aims to return to the final for the first time since 2006 while Belgium looks to make history with its first
Thierry Henry, a member of the France team that won the World Cup 20 years ago, is now alongside Belgium coach Roberto Martinez
Coach Roberto Martinez says the Belgian players 'deserve to be heroes' back home
The draft law is resisted by major US tech giants as well as advocates of internet freedom, with some campaigners warning it could even spell the end of viral 'memes' or jokes.
The big guns are all primed up for global football's quarterfinal battles
The Belgians rally from a two-goal deficit as the Japanese exit in the most painful fashion
(UPDATED) The developments come the day Iranian President Hassan Rouhani arrived in Switzerland on a visit that Tehran said was of "crucial importance" for cooperation between the Islamic Republic and Europe after US withdraws from the Iranian nuclear agreement
Check out how the 16 teams rank ahead of the World Cup's knockout stages
Croatia stays impressive, Brazil finds its footing, while France and Argentina labor through
The talks involving 16 of the 28 European Union leaders aim to mend rifts over the migrant crisis
The Belgians, tagged as one of the dark horses to win the tournament, pick up their second straight victory
Roberto Martinez' squad continues its charge toward the knockout stages as it is currently unbeaten in 20 matches
From Spain's sudden sacking of its coach to Egypt star Salah's doubtful return, here are some moments to look out for in the global football showpiece
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(UPDATED) Federal prosecutors say they have launched a terror investigation into the incident in Liege, Belgium
Facebook must 'stop following and recording internet use by people surfing in Belgium, until it complies with Belgian privacy laws,' the Brussels court says
However, the proposal is reportedly not backed by Catalonia's jailed former vice president Oriol Junqueras
The fresh show of defiance comes after Abdeslam berated judges for being anti-Muslim, refused to stand and said that he put his 'trust in Allah' on the first day of the trial
(UPDATED) Salah Abdeslam, who has declined to to speak to investigators since his arrest in March 2016, immediately signals his defiance by refusing to stand when asked by the judge and saying he would not cooperate
It will be the first public glimpse of the 28-year-old who led police on a 4-month international manhunt following the attacks in the French capital that killed 130 people
Angeline will represent Belgium in the Miss Universe pageant
Negotiators work through the night to reach a deal before a deadline on Sunday, December 10, for Britain to finalize its divorce terms from the EU
Catalonia's deposed leader Carles Puigdemont launches his campaign for regional elections from Belgium
Spanish prosecutors asks for eight former separatist members of Catalonia's deposed government to be detained, on another day of high drama in the region's independence drive
The Belgian lawyer hired by the Catalan independence leader says his client would not return to Spain as there is a 'good chance that he would be detained'
'I am not here in order to demand asylum,' says Catalonia's deposed separatist leader Carles Puigdemont during a news conference in Brussels after he was sacked by the Spanish government