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Violence breaks out in Brussels after Belgium's WC match defeat against Morocco, several detained

Brussels: Police resorted to tear gas shelling and used water cannons against football fans in  central Brussels on Sunday after violence broke out after Belgium lost their World Cup clash against Morocco.

Belgium: Six killed after car drives into crowd

Brussels: At least six people died when a car drove into a crowd of carnival performers on Sunday morning in La Louviere, southern Belgium, media reports said.

Belgium witnesses protest against China's human rights violation ahead of Beijing Winter Olympics

Diksmuide, Belgium: Protests hit Belgium's Diksmuide city recently against China's human rights violations, just days before Beijing is gearing up to host the Winter Olympics.

Belgium: 70 held for protesting against restrictive measures imposed due to COVID-19

Brussels/UNI/Xinhua: Police fired water cannon and tear gas during a protest against Covid-19 restrictive measures here.

Belgium: Afghanistan diaspora members demonstrate against Taliban, Pakistan

Brussels: Afghanistan diaspora members demonstrated in Schuman Circle region of Belgium capital Brussels recently to demonstrate against atrocities by Taliban in the war-torn nation and Pakistan's involvement and support to the insurgents.

Belgium, France direct citizens to leave Afghanistan

Kabul: Belgium and France have once again urged their citizens in Afghanistan to leave as the Taliban continue to advance and seize territory.

Belgium hopes trade with Russia to return to Pre-COVID levels soon : Ambassador

Moscow/Sputnik: Andrei Savenkov Belgium hopes that bilateral trade with Russia will rebound to the pre-COVID-19 levels after experiencing a contraction this year due to the pandemic, new Belgian Ambassador to Russia Marc Michielsen told Sputnik in his first interview since the appointment.

Belgium may open non-essential shops on December 1, ease lockdown during holidays

Brussels/Sputnik: The Belgian National Security Council (NSC) is expected to reopen all non-essential shops, which have been closed since the beginning of November, on December 1, the LN24 channel reported on Friday.

‘We must open our eyes to the weaknesses this pandemic has laid bare’, Belgium leader tells UN General Assembly

New York: As the world continues to confront the COVID-19 pandemic and its aftershocks, we cannot ‘turn our back’ to other pressing global concerns, Belgian Prime Minister Sophie Wilmès told the UN General Assembly on Saturday.

Canada is spending enough on defence, says Trudeau at NATO

Brussels, July 13 (IBNS): Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has insisted that the country is spending enough on defence, while speaking at the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) Summit, media reports said.

Vladimir Putin calls French President Emmanuel Macron after semi-final victory

Moscow, July 11 (IBNS): Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday congratulated his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron after his nation reached the final of the FIFA World Cup by beating Belgium in the semi-finals of the tournament.

Canada PM Trudeau heads to Latvia before commencement of NATO Summit

Ottawa, July 9 (IBNS): Ahead of the commencement of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) Summit in Belgium, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau headed to Latvia on Monday morning.

UN chief condemns killing of police officers and civilian in Belgium’s Liège

New York, May 31 (IBNS): United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has condemned Tuesday’s attacks by a gunman in the Belgian city of Liège, which left two police officers and a civilian dead.

Canada PM Trudeau to travel to Brussels for inking Canada-EU trade deal

Ottawa, Oct 29 (IBNS): Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is scheduled to travel to Europe tonight to sign the iconic Canada-EU free trade deal, soon after it got finalized after loads of discrepancies.

Belgium: Two cops stabbed by attacker

Brussels, Oct 5 (IBNS): At least two policemen were stabbed in Belgian city Brussels on Wednesday, media reports said.