Woman says she is 'being treated like a leper' after incriminating photos emerged
UNESCO also adds Cuba's sensual rumba dance to list of 'intangible' heritage
Belgian Foreign Minister hails deal as proof 'borders can be redrawn in a peaceful way'
Every year, the World Economic Forum releases its Global Competitiveness Report on the state of the world's economies.
Police search 15 houses in operation against group planning to travel to Syria
Wallonia votes 46 to 16 against the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement
But half say the presence of Muslim immigrants enriches society
Hicham Diop, 43, remains in custody after stabbing two police officers in Belgium
Ms Herremans comments follow a series of anti-Semitic incidents in Belgium this year
Rules have been amended to permit doctor-assisted death for minors in a hopeless medical situation
Marieke Vervoort, 37, suffers from an incurable degenerative muscle disease
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A woman has been shot by police after she launched a knife attack on bus passengers in the Uccle suburb of Brussels.
Federal prosecutors say they are taking the threats 'seriously'
Isis media arm, citing ‘security source’ says assailant acted in response to calls to carry out terror attacks in Europe
Fatima Aberkan's freedom comes with conditions that include a ban on her visiting Molenbeek, Brussels, which has longstanding issues with radicalisation