2018: Belgium

  1. Brussels' Refugee BnB (Al-Jazeera)2018-01-03
  2. EU antifraud office finds 'irregularities' in payments allegedly obtained by Czech PM (The Guardian)2018-01-05
  3. Belgian government at risk of collapse over Sudan migrants scandal (The Guardian)2018-01-08
  4. The persistent myth that revealing clothing leads to rape (Washington Post)2018-01-10
  5. Top European lawmaker Czarnecki slammed for hostile comment (Washington Post)2018-01-12
  6. EU urges probe after dozens killed in Ethiopia clashes (Daily Nation)2018-01-13
  7. Profile: Brussels, E.U. Capital, Gets a Novel, Both Tart and Empathic (New York Times)2018-01-14
  8. Spain warns Catalan leader against swearing-in from Brussels (Washington Post)2018-01-15
  9. Spain warns Catalan leader against swearing-in from Brussels (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-15
  10. EU tasks experts to find ways to fight fake news (Washington Post)2018-01-15
  11. EU tasks experts to find ways to fight fake news (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-15
  12. Blast injures several in Belgium, terrorism ruled out (The Sydney Morning Herald)2018-01-15
  13. Building collapses after explosion in Belgium, terrorism ruled out (The Sydney Morning Herald)2018-01-15
  14. Belgium: Explosion collapses building, injures up to 20 (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-15
  15. Belgium: Explosion collapses building, injures up to 20 (Washington Post)2018-01-15
  16. What were you wearing? Rape victims' clothes exhibited (BBC)2018-01-16
  17. 2 bodies recovered from collapsed building in Belgium (Washington Post)2018-01-16
  18. 2 bodies recovered from collapsed building in Belgium (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-16
  19. EU declares war on plastic waste (The Guardian)2018-01-16
  20. EU Parliament calls for ban on electric pulse fishing (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-16
  21. Kosovo Serb leader shot dead in 'act of terrorism' (The Sydney Morning Herald)2018-01-16
  22. Catalonia: Can Carles Puigdemont rule from Belgium? (BBC)2018-01-17
  23. Beauty queen's message to racist critics (BBC)2018-01-18
  24. Were sex traffickers to blame for the unsolved death of Silvana Beqiraj? | Julie Bindel (The Guardian)2018-01-18
  25. EU urged to publish commitments from suspected tax havens (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-18
  26. Ain't no sunshine: winter is one of darkest ever for parts of Europe (The Guardian)2018-01-19
  27. Deported from Belgium, tortured in Sudan (BBC)2018-01-21
  28. Micro chips: Brussels' friteries get stylish redesign as mirrored shacks (The Guardian)2018-01-22
  29. Belgium reduces terror threat to level unseen since 2015 (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-22
  30. Belgium reduces terror threat to level unseen since 2015 (Washington Post)2018-01-22
  31. EU taking 8 jurisdictions off its tax haven blacklist (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-23
  32. Belgian train station entrance closed, media cite shooting (Washington Post)2018-01-23
  33. Belgian train station entrance closed, media cite shooting (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-23
  34. Belgium's 'deacon of death' was stressed by house renovation, court hears (The Guardian)2018-01-24
  35. EU Commission slaps $1.23 billion fine on chipmaker Qualcomm for abusing its market dominance (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-24
  36. EU slaps chipmaker Qualcomm for abuse of market dominance (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-24
  37. EU court rules against sexuality test for asylum-seekers (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-25
  38. EU court rules against sexuality test for asylum-seekers (Washington Post)2018-01-25
  39. EU takes action against 5 states over defense contracts (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-25
  40. EU takes action against 5 states over defense contracts (Washington Post)2018-01-25
  41. Finns to lobby EU for abolition of daylight saving time (Washington Post)2018-01-26
  42. Driver on phone at wheel of holiday coach (BBC)2018-01-26
  43. Central European leaders want ‘new blueprint’ for continent (Washington Post)2018-01-26
  44. Desperate Journeys: EU liberalism lost in battle against refugees (Al-Jazeera)2018-01-29
  45. Brussels prepared for trade war with US if it restricts EU imports (The Guardian)2018-01-29
  46. Many Muslim Refugees Will Face Additional Scrutiny Under Trump Plan (New York Times)2018-01-30
  47. The Latest: Session to re-election Puigdemont postponed (Washington Post)2018-01-30
  48. Eurozone economy grows by 2.5 percent in 2017, its best performance in a decade (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-30
  49. EU warns of legal action over air quality standards (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-30
  50. EU warns of legal action over air quality standards (Washington Post)2018-01-30
  51. Traditional Welsh Caerphilly cheese wins EU protected status (BBC)2018-01-30
  52. Eurozone inflation falls despite buoyant economy (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-31
  53. EU says Romanian rule of law progress must be irreversible (The New Zealand Herald)2018-01-31
  54. EU measure demands rise in public fountains to cut bottle waste (The Guardian)2018-02-01
  55. News Daily: May rules out post-Brexit EU immigration deal (BBC)2018-02-01
  56. EU says asylum numbers dropped by almost half in 2017 (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-01
  57. Turn on the tap: EU acts to improve water, reduce plastic (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-01
  58. Davis Cup 2018: Great Britain trail Spain after Liam Broady beaten (BBC)2018-02-02
  59. Fight at Rees-Mogg student event at UWE Bristol (BBC)2018-02-02
  60. EU official warn US on trade: EU will hit back if needed (Washington Post)2018-02-04
  61. A snapshot of Jerome Powell, who becomes Fed chairman Monday (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-04
  62. Has Carles Puigdemont Finally Run Out of Road? (New York Times)2018-02-04
  63. Salah Abdeslam: Paris attacks suspect to go on trial in Belgium (BBC)2018-02-05
  64. Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam goes on trial in Belgium (The Guardian)2018-02-05
  65. Paris attacks suspect in Brussels for trial (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-05
  66. Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam goes on trial over Brussels shootout (The Guardian)2018-02-05
  67. Brexit: EU 'removes transition punishment clause' (BBC)2018-02-15
  68. How the E.U.’s Migrant Crisis Reached the Streets of Brussels (New York Times)2018-02-18
  69. Belgian police seal off part of Brussels amid media reports of possible gunman (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-22
  70. Belgian police seal off part of Brussels amid media reports of possible gunman (Washington Post)2018-02-22
  71. Police lock down part of Brussels amid reports of gunman (Washington Post)2018-02-22
  72. Police lock down part of Brussels amid reports of gunman (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-22
  73. The Latest: Police: Brussels incident 'not terror-related' (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-22
  74. The Latest: Police: Brussels incident ‘not terror-related’ (Washington Post)2018-02-22
  75. LOOK: Part of Brussels locked down amid reports of gunman on the loose (The Star)2018-02-22
  76. Kylie Jenner says Snapchat is over - and Wall Street panics (BBC)2018-02-22
  77. Do people agree with Kylie Jenner on the Snapchat update? (BBC)2018-02-23
  78. Paper review: Brexit divisions and helpline for 'hero' troops (BBC)2018-02-24
  79. Belgian mayors force homeless to shelters as cold threatens (Washington Post)2018-02-27
  80. Belgian mayors force homeless to shelters as cold threatens (The New Zealand Herald)2018-02-27
  81. EU urges reforms after Honduras elections (Washington Post)2018-03-05
  82. Man becomes first person convicted under Belgian sexism law (The Guardian)2018-03-06
  83. EU plan to avoid hard Irish border unacceptable, says Arlene Foster (The Guardian)2018-03-06
  84. EU trade chief: EU 'seriously doubts' Trump wants tariffs on steel for national security reasons, but economic gain (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-07
  85. EU criticizes 'aggressive' tax practices of 7 member states (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-07
  86. European trade officials weigh ‘proportional’ response to Trump tariff plan (Washington Post)2018-03-07
  87. First person convicted under Belgium's 'sexism' laws (The Sydney Morning Herald)2018-03-07
  88. Brain-damaged baby Isaiah Haastrup has died, his father says (The Guardian)2018-03-08
  89. EU weighs new ways to tackle migration as spring approaches (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-08
  90. EU’s Tusk: No Brexit progress without Irish border solution (Washington Post)2018-03-08
  91. Japan and E.U. spar with U.S. in Brussels over trade and tariffs (Washington Post)2018-03-10
  92. Fearing trade war, EU warns of protectionism 'dead end' (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-12
  93. EU's trade chief questions rationale of Trump steel measures (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-14
  94. EU to limit visas if countries refuse to take back migrants (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-14
  95. EU to limit visas if countries refuse to take back migrants (Washington Post)2018-03-14
  96. Crocs loses EU court battle over patent claim (The Guardian)2018-03-14
  97. NATO's chief says allies are spending more on defense (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-15
  98. EU publishes list of US products that could face duties (The New Zealand Herald)2018-03-16
  99. EU releases list of US products that could face duties (Washington Post)2018-03-16
  100. Sport Relief 2018: Andy Murray's rude awakening (BBC)2018-03-18

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