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Nationwide strike hits Belgian transport, factories

Feb 13, 2019

A national strike to demand higher pay has paralyzed airports, sea ports and rail traffic in Belgium, while hundreds of factories are shut down for the day

Belgium to shut airspace for 24 hours due to strike

Feb 12, 2019

Belgium's air traffic control authority says it is shutting down the country's airspace for 24 hours due to staffing uncertainties caused by a nationwide strike on Wednesday

Bulgaria, UK to investigate possible poisoning links

Feb 11, 2019

Bulgaria and Britain say they will jointly investigate possible connections between a poison attack on a Russian ex-spy in England and the poisoning of the Bulgarian owner of an arms factory in 2015

Bulgaria to investigate 3rd suspect in UK ex-spy poisoning

Feb 10, 2019

Bulgaria plans to investigate reports that a third suspect in the nerve agent poisoning of a Russian ex-spy in England allegedly was involved in a 2015 poisoning in Bulgaria, a Bulgarian party official said Sunday

Workers carefully remove remains of collapsed Genoa bridge

Feb 9, 2019

Work is underway to remove what is left of the Morandi Bridge, the key highway span in the Italian city of Genoa that collapsed in August, killing 43 people

Ukrainian president vows to push for EU, NATO membership

Feb 9, 2019

Ukraine's president says the nation needs to join the European Union and NATO to protect itself from Russia's expansionist actions

From Gucci to Prada, fashion fails evoke racist imagery

Feb 8, 2019

Gucci has apologized for a wool sweater after complaints that it resembled blackface makeup and said the item had been pulled from its online and physical stores

2 South Koreans arrested in Croatia trying to smuggle eels

Feb 7, 2019

Croatian police say 2 South Korean citizens have been arrested after trying to smuggle about 252,000 live eels out of the country

Former Czech Republic defender Repka gets jail for fraud

Feb 7, 2019

Former Czech Republic defender Tomas Repka has been convicted of fraud and sentenced to 15 months in jail

Effort to save Egypt's Abu Simbel temples in 1960s recalled

Feb 7, 2019

Egyptologists and other experts gathered in Italy to celebrate the campaign that saved ancient Egyptian temples from being submerged by a dam project 50 years ago

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