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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

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10 Dec 2012

Belgian graphic artist breaks with comic tradition

BRUSSELS Comic artist Brecht Evens decided to break away from the traditional comic strip images of clear lines and pencil sketches developed in Belgium more than half a century ago.

10 Dec 2012

Belgian graphic artist breaks with comic tradition

BRUSSELS Comic artist Brecht Evens decided to break away from the traditional comic strip images of clear lines and pencil sketches developed in Belgium more than half a century ago.

10 Dec 2012

Belgian graphic artist breaks with comic tradition

BRUSSELS Comic artist Brecht Evens decided to break away from the traditional comic strip images of clear lines and pencil sketches developed in Belgium more than half a century ago.

10 Dec 2012

Belgian graphic artist breaks with comic tradition

BRUSSELS, Dec 10 Comic artist Brecht Evens decided to break away from the traditional comic strip images of clear lines and pencil sketches developed in Belgium more than half a century ago.

22 Nov 2012

Australian conquers world of Belgian chocolate

BRUSSELS It's fair to say that pastry chef Ryan Stevenson was not received warmly by Belgium's chocolate community after he won the national chocolate contest and in quick succession the praline award at the prestigious World Chocolate Masters.

22 Nov 2012

Australian conquers world of Belgian chocolate

BRUSSELS It's fair to say that pastry chef Ryan Stevenson was not received warmly by Belgium's chocolate community after he won the national chocolate contest and in quick succession the praline award at the prestigious World Chocolate Masters.

22 Nov 2012

Australian conquers world of Belgian chocolate

BRUSSELS, Nov 22 It's fair to say that pastry chef Ryan Stevenson was not received warmly by Belgium's chocolate community after he won the national chocolate contest and in quick succession the praline award at the prestigious World Chocolate Masters.

19 Nov 2012

Young Europeans miss out as austerity hits child welfare: campaigners

BRUSSELS Future generations of Europeans risk falling through the cracks in the social support system as the debt crisis saps economic growth and countries resort to austerity, just as their hardest-off citizens need help the most, child welfare campaigners say.

30 Oct 2012

EU lagging in controls over hazardous chemicals: activists

BRUSSELS More than a thousand potentially hazardous chemicals often found in cosmetics and cleaning supplies remain unregulated on the European market, environmental activists say.

19 Sep 2012

Europe to mobilize volunteers with EU "peace corps"

BRUSSELS Europe plans to deploy some 10,000 humanitarian workers to help in disaster zones across the world, the European Commission said on Wednesday, creating a volunteer organization similar to the U.S. Peace Corps program.

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