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Colonial statues still widely present in Belgian cities

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In June 2020, colonial monuments, often of the Belgian King Leopold II, were removed from their pedestals in various Belgian cities. The...
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The left triumphs in the second round of parliamentary elections in France

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The left-wing alliance Nouveau Front Popular has become the big winner of the French elections. The far-right Rassemblement National...
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Three things to keep in mind about the French elections

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France goes to the polls today for the first round of the suddenly called parliamentary elections by President Emmanuel Macron. It is a...
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Hungary provokes with controversial slogan “Make Europe Great Again”

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In two weeks, Hungary will succeed Belgium as President of the Council of the European Union. The slogan that Orban’s country...
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Meloni exudes confidence at the G7 summit

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The Italian Prime Minister exudes strength at the G7 summit in southern Italy. Electorally, she is stronger than other leaders. She will...
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‘The ocean is the final frontier to discover’

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The new high-tech research vessel Belgica is sailing to the polar regions for the first time to document and investigate the consequences...
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25 years after the end of the Troubles: ‘Many Northern Irish are still mentally at war’

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Twenty-five years after the end of the civil war in Northern Ireland, real peace is still waiting. Protestants and Catholics still largely...
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‘Here on Svalbard, climate change is happening frighteningly fast’

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The Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard is warming six times faster than the global average. Natural disasters threaten the inhabitants,...
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We see Europe not as a monolithic entity but as a mosaic of cultures, histories, and perspectives, each contributing to the vibrant tapestry of the continent. By shedding light on both the triumphs and challenges facing Europe, we strive to foster empathy, dialogue, and connection among its inhabitants. Our commitment to journalistic integrity, curiosity, and respect guides us as we navigate the complexities of European affairs.

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