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India

Francois Lenoir

Belgian rail tests sensors to keep workers apart during COVID-19

25 May 2020

BRUSSELS Belgium's railways are testing smart cameras with sensors to ensure its workers wear masks and maintain their distance to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

Ancient Belgian watermill sees flour demand spike during lockdown

22 May 2020

HOLLANGE, Belgium As Europeans have sought stress relief from baking while under lockdown, one of Belgium's last watermills still producing flour has seen a surge in demand for its produce.

U.N. launches COVID-19 aid flights to vulnerable developing nations

01 May 2020

LIEGE, Belgium The U.N. World Food Program on Thursday sent a first plane loaded with medical supplies for developing nations especially vulnerable to the coronavirus pandemic, aiming to ramp up the service to 350 flights per month.

ONU lanza vuelos de ayuda por COVID-19 a países vulnerables en desarrollo

01 May 2020

LIEJA, Bélgica, 30 abr El Programa Mundial de Alimentos (PMA) de la ONU envió el jueves un primer avión cargado de suministros médicos para países en desarrollo especialmente vulnerables a la pandemia de coronavirus, apuntando a aumentar el servicio a 350 vuelos por mes.

Danger, no work in progress for some Benelux builders in lockdown

21 Apr 2020

BRUSSELS/LUXEMBOURG Builders across the Benelux countries are juggling different coronavirus lockdown rules as well as a construction slowdown as they try to keep their businesses going.

"Radicalised" Belgian convict kills three before being shot dead

30 May 2018

LIEGE, Belgium A man killed two policewomen and a bystander in the Belgian city of Liege on Tuesday before being gunned down at a school in what officials said was a terrorist attack by a radicalised "lone wolf" just out of prison. | Video

World leaders bade Kohl farewell, hailing a force behind united Europe

01 Jul 2017

STRASBOURG, France, July 1 Leaders from the United States, Russia and across Europe paid tribute to Helmut Kohl as the architect of German reunification and a driving force for European integration on Saturday.

EU leaders unite for war memorial before Juncker battle

26 Jun 2014

YPRES Belgium/BRUSSELS European Union leaders commemorated the 100th anniversary of World War One at a solemn ceremony in Belgium on Thursday in a show of unity that briefly masked deep disagreement over who should head their most influential institution.

EU leaders unite for war memorial before Juncker battle

26 Jun 2014

YPRES Belgium/BRUSSELS European Union leaders gathered in Belgium for a solemn ceremony on Thursday to commemorate the 100th anniversary of World War One, determined to display unity despite deep disagreement over who should head their most influential institution.

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