The Belgian government has approved an additional €412 million in aid to Ukraine, announced Defence Minister Ludivine Dedonder on Friday. This latest aid package encompasses the provision


In a notable development, nearly 55,000 foreigners obtained Belgian citizenship in 2023, marking the highest figure in two decades, primarily following an integration process.

According to a survey conducted by pollster CBOS, Poles hold favorable views of Americans and Italians, while expressing disapproval towards Russians and Belarusians.

The School of Management and Economics at the Universidade Católica Portuguesa has initiated a fundraising campaign aimed at constructing a new campus in Lisbon.

A recent study conducted by property classifieds website Immoweb reveals that the most expensive streets in Belgium are concentrated in the capital region of Brussels. Surprisingly,


King Willem-Alexander graced the opening of the National Holocaust Museum at the Portuguese Synagogue in Amsterdam, where he was greeted by Mayor Femke Halsema and Arthur van


On March 7, 2024, China declared that it would grant visa-free travel privileges to citizens of Belgium, along with several other European nations, starting from March 14. Foreign Minister Wang


President Gitanas Nausėda has revoked the Lithuanian citizenship of Russian ballet dancer Ilze Liepa and businessman Yuri Kudimov, a former KGB employee, citing exceptional circumstances.

The Russian Civic Council, an organization composed of Russian exiles residing in Poland, has announced plans to establish the Siberian Battalion, a military unit dedicated to supporting the


Two former students of the University of Antwerp (UAntwerp) are facing charges of copyright infringement for sharing photos of exam questions. The university is demanding 17,000 euros