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Early Van Gogh works go under hammer in Belgium
Two early works by renowned Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh were auctioned in the Belgian city of Ghent on September 22, fetching near estimate prices that the organizer said were bargains.
Zidane advises Hazard against playing for Belgium
Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane said the club will not prevent injured forward Eden Hazard from traveling to the Belgium team’s camp next week but urged him not to play in the upcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers.
Body of Iraqi migrant who tried to swim to Britain found off Belgium
The body of an Iraqi migrant who tried to swim across the Channel from France to Britain was found off the coast of Belgium.
Official: National Museum of Iran ready to promote cultural ties with Belgium
The National Museum of Iran voiced its readiness to promote cooperation with Belgian museums and hold joint cultural exhibitions.
Europe’s largest public artwork will rise above a highway in Belgium
It’s been 35 years, but the French artist Bernar Venet is finally going to realize his vision for a monumental sculpture that appears to span across a busy highway. The 250-ton steel sculpture, which will be the largest public artwork in Europe, is due to be unveiled officially in October. Originally conceived for a site in France back in 1984, the work has now found a home in Belgium.
Polluted, bike-hostile Brussels to slam on brakes
Brussels has made its choice: To reduce emissions and encourage greener, two-wheeled transport options, the road speed limit will have to come down.
France, Belgium planning false flag Syria chemical attack: Russia
Russia has warned that the intelligence agencies of France and Belgium - in cooperation with terrorists and "pseudo-humanitarian" volunteers - are preparing to conduct a false flag chemical attack in Syria.
Belgium resolved to expand ties with Iran
Despite the negative and challenging atmosphere created against Iran, Belgium is determined to uphold and develop its economic ties with Iran, said Belgium's ambassador to Iran.
Massive strike in Belgium to ground all flights Wednesday
All flights scheduled to arrive in or depart from Belgium next Wednesday will be cancelled due to a massive country-wide strike over wage disputes.
Hundreds of ‘yellow vest’ protesters converge in Belgium
Hundreds of ‘yellow vest’ protesters have converged in the Belgian capital of Brussels to protest rising fuel prices and undesirable living standards, imitating the recent anti-tax hike protests in France.
Martinez laments Belgium’s loss of control against Switzerland
Belgium coach Roberto Martinez lamented his team's failure to regain control during a surprise 5-2 loss to Switzerland in the Nations League on Sunday.
Belgian authorities raid clubs in fraud, match-fixing investigation
Belgian authorities said 57 police raids are ongoing in Belgium and six other European nations in a vast probe into financial fraud and match-fixing in football.
‘Blast at Belgian chemical facility causes leakage’
An explosion in a chemical facility in an eastern region of Belgium has reportedly led to a chemical leak.

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