Namur and Walloon Brabant provinces southeast of the capital city Brussels were particularly hit by devastating floods that left 36 people dead and seven missing last week.
Socialists and the Greens, two of the seven coalition parties, said that if any migrants die, they will quit the coalition, which will leave the current government unable to survive.
The UK government says it does not recognise the EU estimate and believes the bill stands at between $48-53 billion – a discrepancy that could become the latest bone of contention between the two sides.
Google generated more revenue from online ads last year than any other company in the world. Ads on its properties, including search, YouTube and Gmail, accounted for the bulk of sales and profits.
Besides US "diplomatic, logistic and financial assistance," Turkish President Erdogan says Ankara is looking for Pakistan and Hungary's involvement in new mission in Afghanistan following departure of US-led NATO troops.
US President Joe Biden says he had a "very good meeting" with Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the sidelines of the NATO summit in Brussels.
There is no new Cold War with China but Western allies will have to adapt to the security challenges the rise of Beijing brings, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg says ahead of Brussels summit.
EU’s industrial strategy plan devised after the Covid-19 pandemic shows bottlenecks in supply chains, causing the bloc to conduct in-depth reviews in six strategic areas, including pharmaceutical ingredients and semiconductors.
As Western countries take a backseat, the UAE is gradually building a region that empowers Russia and China – much at the expense of American and European leverage.
European Parliament members vote overwhelmingly to ratify EU's post-Brexit zero-tariffs and zero-quotas trade deal with Britain, warning UK to stick to its commitments and that agreement has "real teeth" to keep the country in check.
Former head of EU Commission Juncker says, “From a protocol point of view, the president of the Council is No 1, and the president of the Commission is No 2,” referring to the von der Leyen “Sofagate.”
European Union pins its hopes on super fast 5G to lift it out of a Covid-19 pandemic-induced recession and take the lead in internet-connected devices.
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