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Qatargas delivers first Q-Max LNG cargo to Zeebrugge Terminal in Belgium

Qatargas delivers first Q-Max LNG cargo to Zeebrugge Terminal in Belgium

Qatargas delivered the first liquefied natural gas cargo on a Q-Max vessel to Zeebrugge LNG Terminal in Belgium, marking the first discharge of a Q-Max LNG vessel at this facility.

Customs Authority participates in regional meeting

Customs Authority participates in regional meeting

The General Authority of Customs has participated in the 50th Regional Meeting of Customs Managers in North Africa, Near East and Middle East

Belgium ‘hopeful’ on GCC role in resolving crisis

Belgium ‘hopeful’ on GCC role in resolving crisis

Belgium “remains hopeful” that the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and the GCC summit held in Makkah would help open avenues to ease regional tensions and to resolve the blockade imposed on Qatar in 2017 ...

Belgian man charged with terrorism offence

Belgian man charged with terrorism offence

A young Belgian man has been charged with participating in the activities of a terrorist group, after his arrest on suspicion of having contacts with extremists, judicial sources said Monday.

Seminar held as part of Belgian trade mission's Qatar visit

Seminar held as part of Belgian trade mission's Qatar visit

A seminar was held here Wednesday as part of the Qatar visit of Belgian trade mission.

Suspected weapons supplier for 2015 Paris attack arrested in Belgium

Suspected weapons supplier for 2015 Paris attack arrested in Belgium

Belgian authorities have arrested a man suspected of involvement in supplying weapons for the November 2015 terrorist attacks on Paris, the Belga news agency reported Wednesday.

Belgium reviews smartphone use by troops to counter spying

Belgium reviews smartphone use by troops to counter spying

Belgium's defense ministry is reviewing restrictions on the use of smartphones by active-duty soldiers on operations to counter potential espionage and data tracking especially by Russia, local media reported on Saturday.

Belgian judge orders repatriation of 6 children of Islamic State militants

Belgian judge orders repatriation of 6 children of Islamic State militants

A Belgian judge has ordered the government to repatriate six children of Islamic State (IS) militants and their mothers who have been detained in a camp in Kurdish-controlled Syria, the national news agency Belga said on Wednesday.

EAA initiative to ensure refugee children getting equal opportunities to learn

EAA initiative to ensure refugee children getting equal opportunities to learn

Education Above All (EAA) Foundation announced plans to build a global consensus on recognising the academic credentials of migrants and refugee children at the 2018 Global Education Meeting in Brussels, Belgium.

Brussels police battle "yellow vest" protesters

Brussels police battle "yellow vest" protesters

Belgian police fired water cannon and teargas in central Brussels on Friday to drive back protesters inspired by France's "yellow vest" anti-tax movement who hurled rocks at the prime minister's office.

130 flights cancelled on fifth day of Brussels airport strike

130 flights cancelled on fifth day of Brussels airport strike

A baggage handlers strike at Brussels international airport forced the cancellation of 130 out of 630 flights scheduled for Monday, the fifth day of the dispute, an official said.

Belgium refuses extradition of fugitive Spanish rapper

Belgium refuses extradition of fugitive Spanish rapper

Jose Miguel Arenas Beltran -- better known as "Valtonyc" -- is one of several Twitter users and rappers who have recently been tried in Spain for glorifying terror.