The European Investment Bank is to grant €200,000 through the EIB Institute to support some 500 families hit by the recent devastating floods in Slovenia. The catastrophe


Approximately 500 passengers experienced a nearly five-hour ordeal as they were marooned on a train journey from Brussels to Amsterdam on Tuesday night. The train encountered a


In a bid to prevent families with children from facing homelessness, Belgium has decided to temporarily suspend the provision of shelter to single men within the Fedasil network, as announced


Amidst outcry, a job advertisement by the Theological Faculty at the University of Lucerne in Switzerland has garnered attention for its specific requirement of Catholic


Poland and Saudi Arabia have formalized an intergovernmental air transport agreement, marking the commencement of regular air services connecting the two countries.


On Monday, approximately 900,000 students in Belgium's French-speaking Community returned to school, marking the commencement of the academic year after a notably


Yesterday, heavy storms caused severe damage in Bavaria. Bad Bayersoien in Upper Bavaria was particularly hard hit. The Garmisch-Partenkirchen district office declared a


Starting from September 1, newcomers to Flanders will be required to undergo a mandatory standardized language test. Despite facing criticism from the education sector


A substantial police operation at Brussels-South railway station led to the apprehension of approximately 60 individuals on Saturday. The operation, which was prompted by ongoing safety


On the 26th of August 2023, a momentous joint 50th birthday celebration for Crown Prince Haakon and Crown Princess Mette-Marit of Norway unfolded at the Royal Palace in Oslo.