Pictured: Fascinating World War One photographs mixed with today's modern landscapes
Photographer Peter Macdiarmid travelled 3,000 miles through England, France and Belgium to revisit the sites of the old photos, making these montages possible Soldiers of the First World War march eerily out of the past in this extraordinary set of then-and-now photos, revealed in the Sunday People.
Comfy Cozy for Chemo teams up with chocolate company for a sweet cause
Easter is just around the corner. And this year, consider getting some of your Easter treats at Chocolade van Brugge.
Two nights in France
The Cathedral at Noyon with its library built from wood in 1506. The pock marks on the stonework are from German shelling during WW1.
Silicon Alley Insider
5 Underrated European Cities Worth Visiting
I've decided to look back and feature five European cities that are underrated in my opinion and definitely worth a visit.
China Digital Times
Xi: China Has Tried the Rest, Socialism is Best
In a speech at the College of Europe in Bruges, Belgium, President Xi Jinping declared that China would stick to the socialist path after trying out other various governing options, all of which had failed.
Wall Street Journal
A Soft Spot for Belgium
An invitation to the opening night party at the chamber of commerce isn't the sort of thing that has you scrambling to RSVP, lest you be left out in the cold.
China's Xi seeks peace in Europe but side-steps Ukraine
Chinese President Xi Jinping told Europe on Tuesday that Beijing opposed intervention in other countries' affairs but he declined to directly criticize Russia for its annexation of Crimea.
China's Xi receives royal welcome in...
Xi Jinping received a royal welcome and an honorary knighthood in Brussels on Sunday at the start of a three-day visit despite China's "panda diplomacy" causing a row among his Belgian hosts.
People's Daily Online
'Chinese Dream' draws great attention in Europe: College of Europe rector
"President Xi's new emphasis on the 'Chinese Dream' and the revival of the Chinese nation has been followed with great attention in Europe," said Jorg Monar, rector of the College of Europe, in an exclusive interview recently with Xinhua in Bruges, a historic city located in the northwest of Belgium.