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Three cops injured during Brussels farmer's protest

At least three Belgian law enforcement officers have been injured in clashes during the agricultural workers' protest on Monday in Brussels, the RTBF TV broadcaster reported, citing the local police.

Activists discuss human rights violations taking place in Pakistan during press conference in Brussels

Political activists from Pashtun, Balochistan, Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) and Sindh nations recently gathered at the  Brussels Press Club Europe in Belgium to participate in an international conference titled “Oppressed Nations in Pakistan & Human Rights Violations”.

Brussels shooting: Police gun down suspect

Police have shot down the suspect behind the killing of two Swedish nationals in Brussels.

Brussels shooting: Two Swedish nationals shot dead, city on alert as suspect remains at large

Two Swedish nationals were shot dead and another was injured in a shooting incident in Brussels city of Belgium on Monday.

Russian fighter jet dumps fuel on American drone, then collides with it over Black Sea

Brussels/IBNS: A Russian fighter jet on Tuesday dumped fuel on an American drone over the Black Sea then collided with it, causing the drone to crash, the US military said.

Security Council: Paralysis and ‘political infighting’ must end, to boost COVID-19 fight: EU foreign affairs chief

New York/IBNS:  The global coronavirus pandemic is testing the multilateral system like never before and the Security Council must stop the “infighting”, and step up to the challenge, the European Union’s foreign policy chief told the 15-member body on Thursday.

US, European diplomats to discuss Afghanistan in Brussels next week : State Dept.

Washington, June 15 (Sputnik/UNI) Two senior US diplomats will travel to Brussels next week for meetings with European counterparts on the situation in Afghanistan and Indo-Pacific security, the State Department said in a press release.

UN welcomes 'record' Brussels conference pledge of nearly $7 billion to support Syrians

New York, Mar 15 (IBNS): Foreign ministers from more than 50 countries gathered on Thursday at a joint European Union-UN pledging conference, and pledged to provide a record $6.97 billion, to support millions of Syrians in need both inside the country, and sheltering in host communities beyond its borders.

Brussels Jewish museum shooter likely to get life in prison: Court

Brussels, Mar 8 (Sputnik/UNI) Mehdi Nemmouche, a French-born jihadist of Algerian origin who was convicted on Thursday over the 2014 deadly terrorist attack on the Jewish Museum in Brussels, will be likely sentenced to life in prison, the Belgian Palace of Justice told Sputnik.

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.

Canada PM Justin Trudeau concludes Latvia visit

Riga, July 11 (IBNS): Ahead of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) Summit in Brussels, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has concluded his visit to Latvia.

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.

‘We can achieve peace, stability, prosperity in the Sahel,’ UN chief tells Brussels conference

New York, Feb 24 (JEN): The United Nations and its partners met in Brussels, Belgium, on Friday to strengthen support for a group of five nations in Africa’s troubled Sahel region which are facing pressing challenges including extreme poverty, food and nutrition crises and violent extremism.

Man shot dead in Brussels after he attacks soldiers with knife, shouts Allahu Akbar

Brussels, Aug 26 (IBNS) A man who attacked two soldiers in Brussels city centre in the capital of Belgium with a knife shouting "Allahu Akbar" was shot dead on Friday, said officials.

Would-be suicide bomber shot dead at Brussels train station

Brussels, Jun 21 (IBNS): A suspected suicide bomber was shot dead by Belgian police following a small explosion which rocked the city's train station, reports said.