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Jack Schofield

Another look at waste: Belgian startup to print 3D recycled sunglasses

Sep 06 2017

BRUSSELS A Belgium-based start-up is on its way to making the world a bit sunnier, by printing the first 3D sunglasses out of recycled plastic.

Party don't stop: Belgium's Ghent festival still draws the crowds

Jul 19 2017

GHENT, Belgium Despite of a wave of militant attacks in Belgium and elsewhere in Europe in recent years, the city of Ghent continues to host one of Europe's most popular urban music and culture festivals. | Video

Da Vinci contraptions brought to life in Bruges exhibition

May 31 2017

BRUGES, Belgium Leonardo da Vinci’s bird-like flying machine and portable bridge have been brought to life in a new exhibition opening on Thursday in the Belgian city of Bruges.

Belgian company takes 3D printing to chocolate

Apr 13 2017

GEMBLOUX, Belgium Layer by layer, 0.2 millimeters at a time, a specialized printing machine at Belgian chocolate shop Miam Factory applies melted chocolate to shape a three-dimensional object. | Video

Brussels installs memorial to mark attack anniversary

Mar 15 2017

BRUSSELS A Belgian artist is installing a metal sculpture shaped like rising waves near the seat of the European Union to honor the victims of the militant attacks on Brussels a year ago that killed 32 people and wounded hundreds.

Brussels police detain driver of car carrying gas cylinders

Mar 02 2017

BRUSSELS Brussels police detained a man with suspected militant links who was found to be carrying two gas cylinders in his car after he was pulled over on Thursday for running a red light, officials said.

World News

Analysis: Biden would face uncertain path to detente with wary Iran

Joe Biden plans to scrap what he calls the "dangerous failure" of President Donald Trump's maximum pressure policy on Iran should he win the U.S. election, but after years of confrontation his diplomacy-first approach to a historic Middle East foe could prove an unforgiving challenge.