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1.  De Morgen - Belgium | 16/05/2011

IMF boss stumbles over masculine blindness

The accusations of a hotel maid could be the ruin of Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the managing director of the International Monetary Fund. Even powerful men can't ... » more

2.  De Morgen - Belgium | 13/05/2011

Belgium's boring crisis

Coalition negotiations have once more come to a standstill in Belgium, almost a year after the elections, and mediator Wouter Beke has resigned his mandate. ... » more

3.  De Morgen - Belgium | 09/08/2010

Wilders shocks the Netherlands

Dutch right-wing populist Geert Wilders has announced he will give a speech against the planned construction of a mosque on Ground Zero in New York. ... » more

4.  De Morgen - Belgium | 03/08/2010

The laws apply to King Football, too

The Netherlands and Belgium want to jointly host the FIFA World Cup in 2018 and are obviously prepared to make great concessions to this end. ... » more

5.  De Morgen - Belgium | 28/06/2010

Judiciary is above Belgian archbishop

Pope Benedict XVI has condemned the search of the premises of the Catholic Archdiocese of Mecheln as a desecration of the church. The public prosecutor's ... » more

6.  De Morgen - Belgium | 16/04/2010

Haiku-Herman conquers Europe

EU President Herman Van Rompuy made a big media splash on Thursday when he published his first volume of poetry in traditional Japanese Haiku verse. ... » more

7.  De Morgen - Belgium | 22/03/2010

Obama pushes through healthcare reform

The US House of Representatives has narrowly approved the healthcare reform by 219 votes to 212. Despite previous setbacks this is a historical victory for ... » more

8.  De Morgen - Belgium | 01/03/2010

Chile fares better than Chile after earthquake

In contrast to Haiti, Chile was not plunged into chaos after being hit by a major earthquake, writes the daily De Morgen, commenting that the ... » more

9.  De Morgen - Belgium | 24/09/2009

Belgian trade unions have done all they could to rescue Opel plant

Belgian Opel workers and trade unionists together with colleagues from other European countries gathered in Antwerp on Wednesday to demonstrate against the closure of the ... » more

10.  De Morgen - Belgium | 10/03/2009

Obama brings change

According to the daily De Morgen, President Barack Obama's recent decision to support stem cell research is a sign of change in the US: "Yesterday ... » more


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