20,000 people reportedly joined the Climate March in Brussels on Sunday, as confirmed by Belgian police. The central message emphasized the significance of even the smallest rise in


Poland has prolonged its temporary border controls with Slovakia until January 2 as part of its ongoing measures to curb illegal migration, as announced by the government on Friday.


Five Belgian soldiers are currently under scrutiny by the federal prosecutor's office for allegations related to denialism, incitement to hatred, and expressing xenophobic, Islamophobic, and

The European Central Bank (ECB) has unveiled 'European culture' and 'rivers and birds' as potential themes for forthcoming euro banknotes, as stated in a press release by the institution on


The Vilna Gaon Museum of Jewish History announced the forthcoming opening of the Litvak Museum, a pioneering cultural institution spotlighting the heritage and identity of Lithuanian Jews,

Energy Minister Tinne Van der Straeten of the Greens has announced Belgium's commitment of 2.5 million euros toward the installation of solar panels in Ukrainian hospitals.


The Embassy of Denmark in Tanzania has declared its reversal of the earlier decision to close its Dar es Salaam offices.

Poland's National Public Prosecutor's Office has officially charged 16 individuals suspected of spying for Russia. These suspects, citizens of other Eastern European countries, could face a


In an announcement made on Tuesday, KU Leuven revealed its partnership with Google to digitize its vast library collection. Over the next couple of years, the initiative aims to digitize more


Lisbon's forthcoming violet metro line, set to operate across the municipalities of Odivelas and Loures, will encompass a total of 17 new stations.