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Action Moves Back Onto The Field As Belgian League Kicks Off

Brussels (AFP) – Many Belgian clubs were unhappy when last season came to a premature halt, and many are disgruntled as the reformatted league starts a new season. In March, Belgium was one of the first European countries to end its 2019-20...
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Us Pressure On Tiktok, Chinese Tech Firms Understandable, Yet Espionage Danger Overrated, Prof Says

BRUSSELS (Sputnik), Luc Rivet - Chinese video-sharing app TikTok joined the ranks of tech companies the United States came after over alleged data privacy concerns, but its threat to national security, emanating from the alleged collusion with the...
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Panic Or New Reality As Study Finds That Britons Flock To Eu After Brexit Vote

BRUSSELS (Sputnik), Luc Rivet - On the eve of the Brexit vote, some 1.2 million people born in the UK were registered as living in countries of the EU. However, a fresh study by the University of Oxford in Berlin and the Berlin Social Science Centrw...
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Relief In Hard-hit Southern Europe As E.u. Strikes Deal On Coronavirus Recovery

European Union leaders provided a vital lifeline for the Mediterranean countries that have at times during the pandemic felt abandoned by Brussels, reaching a deal to pump money into their economies.
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European Leaders Started Negotiating A Pandemic Crisis Plan Friday. They’re Still At It.

The length of the discussions, which began Friday morning in Brussels, marked the deep differences between a handful of rich, mostly northern European countries and the other members of the 27-nation union.
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Global Markets Start The Week In Negative Territory

Global markets are mostly lower Monday as investors await news from Brussels where European Union leaders are negotiating details of a pandemic economic rescue package. In Asia, markets were mixed. The Nikkei gained 21 points, but was virtually...
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Who Is To Say: Belgian Defence Min. Claims Country’s Intel Knows Of Alleged Russia-taliban...

A NATO member, Belgium was part of the alliance's joint force in Afghanistan but Brussels moved to recall its troops in May due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Related topics: Intel, Russia, Taliban, Nato, Belgium, Afghanistan

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Eu Council President Presents Compromise Agreement Reducing Covid Recovery Grants To 450 Bln Euros

The heads of the European Union are meeting in Brussels for a second day of discussions on issues pertaining to the coronavirus pandemic and the EU budget. The countries have so far failed to reach an agreement on the form the aid to...
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Most British Businesses Unprepared For Possible No-brexit Deal Due To Covid-19 Crisis, Report Says

Last week, UK Cabinet Minister Michael Gove admitted that London and Brussels still have differences on a post-Brexit deal as negotiations on their future relations are under way.
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Eu Leaders Hold Summit On Covid-19 Recovery Plan, Multi-year Budget

In Brussels, European Union leaders are holding their first face-to-face summit in months on two key issues that will shape the bloc in the years ahead— a massive coronavirus economic recovery plan and its next multi-year budget. But differences,...
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4 Takeaways From Duda’s Reelection As Polish President

RZESZÓW, Poland — Andrzej Duda's reelection as Poland's president after a knife-edge runoff vote clears the way for the ruling Law and Justice party (PiS) to push ahead with reforms that have put it on collision course with Brussels. Duda's...
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Serbia, Kosovo Leaders Agree Agenda For Brussels Talks

The leaders of Serbia and Kosovo have agreed on an agenda for face-to-face talks in Brussels on Thursday aimed at ending the deadlock in negotiations on normalizing their relations
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French War On ‘veggie Burgers’ Comes To Brussels

A new French law that says only meat products can use terms like “sausage” or “burger” is reheating debate in Brussels over what to call vegetarian meals. Proponents of last month's law argue it’s needed to avoid misleading customers...
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Diab Calls For Shielding Lebanon From Negative Repercussions Of Caeser Act

 Lebanese Prime Minister Hassan Diab urged the international community during the virtual the IV Brussels Conference on Tuesday, to shield
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Brussels Warns It May Restrict Chinese Investment In Eu Unless Beijing Does More To Open Its Markets

China and the European Union recorded some €560 billion in trade in 2019, with the EU posting a trade deficit of €164 billion. The two sides have been working on a ‘Comprehensive Agreement on Investment’, aimed at creating ‘new investment...
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Uk Prime Minister Johnson Says Britain Ready For 'australia Terms' Of Brexit If No Deal Reached

The UK officially left the EU on 31 January 2020, and is currently going through a transition period lasting until December 31, 2020. Until then, London and Brussels will be trying to negotiate further arrangements,
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Europe’s Post-lockdown Rules Compared

Europe's summer break is back on — but how coronavirus will impact your trip depends on where you go. Countries are beginning to open up their borders after Brussels asked EU governments to reboot free travel from Monday (as detailed in...
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Eu Diplomat Chief Calls For Special China Dialogue With Us

The EU’s chief diplomat on Monday called for Europe and the United States to launch talks aimed at forging a common transatlantic front against an increasingly assertive China. Brussels and Washington are at odds over a range of major global...
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The Banality Of Racism And The Tearing Down Of Statues

Harriet MalinowitzA vandalized statue of the Belgian soldier, explorer, and official for the Congo Free State, General Storms is seen on the Square de Meeus on June 14, 2020 in Brussels, Belgium. The statue of "General Storms", one of the Belgians...
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Trade Triangle: U.s., Britain, And European Union

LONDON — London wants to make Brussels jealous by flirting with Washington on trade — but the U.K. may yet find it's the one being led on. The second round of talks between the U.K. and U.S. kicks off Monday, with Britain clear that one...
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