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Belgian collects a treasure trove of 60,000 vintage tin boxes
The colorful tins piled high around Belgian collector Yvette Dardenne used to contain goods ranging from chocolates, toffees, coffee and rice to tobacco, talc and shoe polish, and come from as far away as India. Yvette Dardenne, 83, has accumulated almost 60,000 vintage tin boxes from all over the world since starting her collection some 30 years ago.
Iran’s ‘No Choice’ selected for screening at Belgian Mons Int’l Film Festival
The Iranian feature film, ‘No Choice,’ directed by Reza Dormishian, will be screened at the 36th Mons International Film Festival in Mons, Belgium, to be held July 9-16.
After masked bunnies, Belgian artisan shifts to chocolate syringes
A Belgian chocolate company that put white masks on its Easter bunnies a year ago is now producing large chocolate syringes as it tries to keep step with the evolving trend of the coronavirus pandemic.
Belgian racing pigeon sets fanciers' hearts aflutter in €1.6m sale
A two-year-old Belgian racing pigeon called New Kim has been sold for a world-record €1.6 million (£1.4 million) in an auction that ended on Sunday.
Illicit drug trade at Belgian port fuels crime wave
Bomb explosions, shootings and even kidnapping of children: Drug trafficking around Antwerp in northern Belgium is generating increasingly violent crime, which the authorities are struggling to tackle.
Belgian aged 103 walking marathon to raise funds for COVID-19 research
A 103-year-old Belgian doctor is walking a marathon around his garden in daily stages to raise money for research into the new coronavirus, inspired by a centenarian who became a hero in Britain for clocking up the charity miles with a walking frame.
Belgian police fire tear gas at anti-tax protesters in Brussels, arrest 70
Belgian police have fired tear gas to disperse demonstrators inspired by France’s “yellow vests” anti-tax movement in the capital Brussels.
Iraqi court sentences Belgian militant to death for training Daesh terror
An Iraqi court has sentenced a Belgian national to death over membership in the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group, training children to carry out acts of terror and organizing attacks against government forces.
Iran's 'Flatland' bound for Belgian film festival
Iranian short film 'Flatland', co-directed by Alireza Keymanesh and Amir Pousti, is scheduled to be screened at the 39th Brussels Independent Film Festival in Belgium.
Belgian municipality boycotts companies promoting Israeli occupation
A Belgian municipality has adopted a motion that prohibits all forms of political, economic and cultural dealings with Israeli institutions and companies promoting the regime’s occupation of Palestinian territories.
Belgian police arrest man over possible car ramming
Belgian police have arrested a man after he allegedly tried to drive his car into a crowd at high-speed in a shopping area in the port city of Antwerp.
Love jury showers 'The Daughter' with gifts
Iranian film 'The Daughter', directed by Reza Mirkarimi, won four awards at the 33rd International Love Film Festival in Mons, Belgium.
German, Belgian NATO troops arrive in Lithuania
The first batch of Belgian and German soldiers have arrived in Lithuania as part of a NATO troop deployment allegedly aimed at building up a deterrence force against Russia.

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