A plot to attack the Belgian capital stokes fears Europe will targeted by radicalised fighters returning from Syria. Charlotte McDonald-Gibson reports from Brussels
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Friday 14 August 2009
Newcastle have signed defender Danny Simpson on loan from Barclays Premier League champions Manchester United.
Tuesday 04 August 2009
Belgian authorities are chasing three more escaped prisoners, bringing the total to 12 over the past two weeks.
Monday 08 June 2009
Thursday 08 January 2009
Stoke have announced that 20-year-old defender Ritchie De Laet has moved to Manchester United and signed a three-year deal.
Saturday 27 September 2008
Capital of diamonds, city of Rubens, vibrant centre of fashion: Antwerp has a dazzling variety of attractions. To shop for some of the world's most fabulous jewellery head to Appelmansstraat and Hoveniersstraat near the Central Station. Diamonds here are cheaper than in Britain – there's a good selection at the huge gem store, Diamondland, at Appelmansstraat 33.
Saturday 26 April 2008
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Friday 28 March 2008
Though often a controversial figure, the Flemish writer, director and graphic artist Hugo Claus was rarely overtly political. His sympathies were with the underdog, but he never descended to agitprop. Claus was the recipient of seven state prizes in Belgium and in 1986 was awarded the prestigious Prize for Dutch Literature. Harry Mulisch, the only other living writer in Dutch to be tipped for the Nobel Prize, called Claus "a great figure", while the poet Remco Campert described him as "the greatest writer of my generation".
Saturday 08 March 2008
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Wednesday 05 March 2003
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