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Unprecedented attack on a diplomatic mission of #Azerbaijan in Europe

Unprecedented attack on a diplomatic mission of #Azerbaijan in Europe

| July 25, 2020

A violent rally accompanied by acts of vandalism by Armenian diaspora took place in front the Embassy of Azerbaijan in Brussels on 22 July 2020. Demonstrators even tried to penetrate the Mission building with a clear aim of doing more harm. This was the continuation of the very recent attack to the premises of the […]

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#blacklivesmatter – Brussels demo descends into white led violence

#blacklivesmatter – Brussels demo descends into white led violence

| June 9, 2020

Mayor Philippe Close announced 150 arrests in #Matongé after pogroms, looting and vandalism, also attacking police took place in shopping streets of #Brussels. He promised that city (tax-payers) will refund damages to shop-owners from tomorrow onwards. #blacklivesmatter It is still unclear how looting of luxury stores can upgrade value of «Black Lives». Videos on social media show […]

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#Huawei welcomes UK commitment to digital infrastructure

#Huawei welcomes UK commitment to digital infrastructure

| August 27, 2019

“We welcome the Secretary of State Nicky Morgan’s commitment to the development of world-class digital infrastructure that will help the UK continue to ‘compete and grow in the global economy’ said a Huawei spokesperson today. “Over the last 18 years, Huawei has helped build the UK’s broadband, 3G and 4G networks and, as independent analysts […]

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#Kazakhgate: Patokh Chodiev’s lawyer lambasts the Commission of Inquiry

#Kazakhgate: Patokh Chodiev’s lawyer lambasts the Commission of Inquiry

| May 3, 2018

The Belgian Chamber of Representatives approved the conclusions of the “Kazakhgate” Commission of Inquiry on Thursday, April 26. The next day the lawyer of Kazakh businessman Patokh Chodiev (pictured) held a press conference calling into question the impartiality of the Commission as well as that of its Chairman, Dirk Van der Maelen. Patokh Chodiev is […]

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European #airline passengers face huge delays this summer

European #airline passengers face huge delays this summer

Thousands of flights recently had to be delayed because EU border controls are significantly understaffed to comply with tightened immigration checks — some passengers even missed their flights. During this busy summer travel season, airline travellers have become victims of the disproportionate impact that the implementation of a new EU Regulation is having on the […]

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#EUReporter launches new online magazine #brusselsinview

#EUReporter launches new online magazine #brusselsinview

| September 16, 2016 | 0 Comments

EU Reporter has launched Brussels in View, a new free monthly online leisure magazine featuring previews of upcoming events in the Belgian capital and beyond, plus travel, book, film, restaurant and hotel reviews, sport and more. Written in English, it is aimed at readers aged 25-40 with a zest for life who want to make […]

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Launch of European Academy for constructive dialogue

Launch of European Academy for constructive dialogue

The Academie Européenne – a Strasbourg-based NGO has introduced a programme of constructive European dialogue with neighbouring non-EU states. Speaking at the launch meeting in Brussels on 22 July, MEP Professor Jean-Luc Schaffhauser stressed the need to improve the quality of communications about EU-Russia and EU-Ukraine affairs; it would be a prime function of the […]

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