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#Waterloo – A story of bullets and bones

#Waterloo – A story of bullets and bones

| July 19, 2019

We started out by doing a metal detector survey of the orchard at Mont St Jean, which is right next to the farm. We were looking for evidence for the use of the farm as one of the main field hospitals during the battle of Waterloo, writes Professor Tony Pollard, Director of the Centre for […]

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#DinnerInTheSky heads to Canal in Brussels

#DinnerInTheSky heads to Canal in Brussels

| June 17, 2019

It’s one of the more novel culinary innovations of recent years in Brussels and elsewhere – eating while suspended 50 metres above the ground. For its 2019 edition, Dinner in the Sky will head to the Canal in Brussels, opposite the future Kanal Pompidou Museum. Since its launch in Brussels in 2006, Dinner in the […]

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Human rights NGO #OpenDialogueFoundation suspected of ‘co-operating with Russian intelligence’

Human rights NGO #OpenDialogueFoundation suspected of ‘co-operating with Russian intelligence’

| May 23, 2019

Recently, growing numbers of members of European institutions have become puppets and tools of the hidden political propaganda of controversial human rights NGO ), the purpose and activities of which are concealed behind a mask of human rights advocacy, writes Phillip Jeune. Who are you, Ms. Kozlovska? Following the emergence of the Warsaw based ODF, […]

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A ‘must visit’ eatery at heart of Brussels’ tourist trap

A ‘must visit’ eatery at heart of Brussels’ tourist trap

| May 22, 2019

The Place Sainte Catherine area is full of places to eat but one “must visit” restaurant among them is L’Huitriere, serving some of the best fish dishes to be found in Brussels – and all in a historic setting, writes Martin Banks. One clue as to the quality is offered directly outside with a particularly […]

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Upcoming presidential elections in #Kazakhstan discussed in #Brussels

Upcoming presidential elections in #Kazakhstan discussed in #Brussels

| May 17, 2019

The Brussels Press Club hosted a press briefing by the Ambassador of Kazakhstan to Belgium, Aigul Kuspan, on the upcoming presidential elections in Kazakhstan on 14 May. During the briefing, Kuspan informed foreign and Kazakh journalists, as well as representatives of the diplomatic corps and institutions of the European Union about the background of the […]

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#EAPM – Heading into May the personalised way…(MEPs’ interview booklet)

#EAPM – Heading into May the personalised way…(MEPs’ interview booklet)

| April 30, 2019

The first of May is nearly upon us and that means that spring is well-and-truly in the air. As for the other ‘May’ that’s in the news, it appears that not very much is happening in Theresa’s Brexit world, but time will tell…writes European Alliance for Personlised Medicine (EAPM) Executive Director Denis Horgan. Meanwhile, the […]

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#Koezio for indoor adventure

#Koezio for indoor adventure

| April 29, 2019

They say good news travels far and news about one of the newer and more exciting visitor attractions in Brussels has stretched a long way – as far as Canada and Thailand. The indoor adventure park Koezio, located at the thriving Docks Bruxel shopping and leisure complex, sees about 150,000 visitors pass through its doors […]

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