Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel offered his resignation on Tuesday amid a political crisis triggered by differences over accepting a UN migration pact.
Hundreds of trade union members took to the streets of Brussels on Friday, as part of a nationwide general strike against the federal government’s pension reform.
Thousands of people marched on Sunday in Brussels urging the Belgian government to respect its commitments on countering climate change as a United Nations conference on keeping global warming in check begins in Poland.
French President Emmanuel Macron has blasted Belgium's decision to purchase US-manufactured F-35 fighter jets instead of rival European planes, saying that the move “strategically goes against European interests”.
Iran has summoned the German ambassador to protest Berlin’s extradition of an Iranian diplomat to Brussels over his alleged link to a planned July attack against the terrorist Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MKO) in France.
Belgian officials have criticized the potential security failure that led to the furloughing on Tuesday of a prisoner with a long criminal history who killed two police officers and a bystander in an attack on that same day.
A gunman shot dead two police officers and a passer-by in the center of the eastern Belgian city of Liege.
Belgian prosecutors say a two-year-old Kurdish girl, who died after police chased a van carrying illegal refugees in southern Belgium, was found with a fatal “bullet” wound.
Iranian basketball players have ended their campaign at the 19th edition of PCU University Games in Belgium, and finished as the runner-up of the international contest.
Mike Pompeo has arrived in Brussels for his first overseas trip in his new post as the US secretary of state to meet key allies in Europe amid a pileup of foreign policy challenges.