Following the coup in Niger, Belgian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hadja Lahbib, has called for the immediate release of the democratically elected president and a return to constitutional order in


The former Belgian soldier, who was arrested in Norway after allegedly threatening Prime Minister Alexander De Croo, is set to be extradited to Belgium. According to several media reports, the

Poland has taken a significant step in addressing a long-standing issue by filing a complaint with the European Commission against Germany. The complaint concerns 35,000 tonnes of waste

A small group of protesters in the Danish capital set fire to a copy of the Quran, Islam's holy book, on Monday, further escalating diplomatic tensions between Denmark and Muslim countries.


Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo has issued a sincere apology through a noteworthy letter published in various newspapers across the country on July 22, 2023. The letter addresses


On 21st July 2023, a Belgian delegation conducted a mission to Serbia to verify the destination of Walloon military equipment sent to the country. The equipment, originating from

A huge majority of Europeans believe climate change is a serious problem facing the world (93%), according to a new Eurobarometer survey published today. Over half think that the transition


On July 21, 2023, the Belgian Constitutional Court delivered a verdict that will require Flanders to permit mosques within its territory to receive foreign funding. The ruling effectively overturns


The European Union is planning to offer substantial military aid to Ukraine in its ongoing war with Russia, with a proposed budget of up to 20 billion euros over the next four years.

On July 19, 2023, the European Parliament approved the lease of the Osmose building in Strasbourg from the French government after a vote by the Budget Committee. The lease, which