In the upcoming academic year, Ukrainian refugees seeking education at Dutch universities will be required to pay tuition fees at the non-European student rate. The cost of the courses,


Denmark is set to increase its military presence significantly over the next ten years as the government plans to invest 143 billion kroner in defense. With the backing of a broad parliamentary

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has selected Iliana Ivanova as the new Bulgarian Commissioner responsible for innovation, research, culture, education, and youth.


During a meeting in The Hague, leaders from seven NATO countries, including Belgium, emphasized the significance of Ukraine's prospective NATO membership. Following the gathering,

In a move to preserve the stability of the government, the Belgian parties PS, Ecolo, and Groen have decided against voting out Foreign Minister Hadja Lahbib (MR) following the Brussels


The recent local election in Thuringia, a former East German state, has raised alarm among Jewish leaders as the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party secured its first victory in a top

The European Commission has revealed that 32 Belgian companies have been chosen to participate in various projects supported by the European Defence Fund (EDF). The published list


Belgian Foreign Minister Hadja Lahbib has issued an apology to the House Foreign Relations Committee for her involvement in the Brussels summit controversy. Lahbib faced criticism in recent


Since 1995, the presence of women in Belgium's parliamentary bodies has witnessed a consistent upward trajectory, primarily due to legislation promoting gender parity on electoral lists.


The governing council of European Athletics, based in Chorzow, Poland, has announced that the first edition of the European Running Championships will be held in Ghent and Brussels in April