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The Toronto Star
Where the Western Front begins
In the grey Nieuwpoort morning, Roger Dobbelaere circles the lonely Yser Memorial that overlooks the floodgates of the nearby rivers - an area locals call "Ganzepoot" or Goose foot, for the way the rivers fan out like the toes of the goose.
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Inner Wheel Club of Laurencekirk
The members of the Inner Wheel Club were once again privileged to welcome Nila Monkton as the guest speaker, at the monthly meeting held last week at the Panmure Arms Hotel, Edzell.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Foreign judicial delegates meet CJP
Islamabad: Foreign judicial delegations from Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Nepal, USA, Iran, UK and Belgium participating in International Judicial Conference 2014 called on the Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani in his Chambers during the second day of International Judicial Conference in Supreme Court, Islamabad on Saturday.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
From Washington, D.C. to Brussels: 7 Cities That Are Surprisingly Romantic
Every newlywed couple wants their honeymoon to be as romantic as possible, but not all just-married pairs want to jet off to the usual suspects like Paris or Venice.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Channel Tunnel train delay 'chaos'
Eurostar passenger Gavin Leisfield said there were no Eurostar staff at the station to help and police were guarding the check-in desk The BBC's Paul Moss, who was waiting for a Eurostar train in Paris, said the scene there was "extraordinary chaos".
This Is Leicestershire
Brussels service to be launched at East Midlands Airport
The European airline has signed a partnership with Bmi Regional, opening up business travel to its destinations across Europe, Africa, the Middle East and North America.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Canada mum on contribution as NATO beefs up presence in eastern Europe
NATO has laid out plans to beef up its presence in eastern Europe, and Canada is noticeably absent from the list of countries that have acknowledged they'll send military forces.
Emirates News Agency
U.A.E. envoy hosts luncheon in honor of Belgian Chief of Defence
WAM BRUSSELS, April 16th 2016 -- U.A.E. Ambassador to Belgium and Chief of Mission to European Union, Sulaiman Hamed Al Mazrouie, has hosted a luncheon in honor of General Gerard Van Caelenberge, Belgian Chief of Defence.
EU lays out impact of financial sanctions on Russia
The European Commission handed documents to EU member states on Wednesday explaining the potential impact on their economies of imposing stricter trade and financial sanctions on Russia over its actions in Ukraine, diplomats said.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
This is Wiltshire
As easy as one, two, three
GREAT Western Hospital couple Dr David and Dr Lyn Williamson are facing their greatest challenge yet when they take on the Three Cities Cycle.
Armenia, NATO Review Cooperation
Senior Armenian and NATO officials have met in Brussels to review increased bilateral cooperation, reportedly agreeing on the U.S.-led alliance's continued support for ongoing reforms of Armenia's armed forces.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
The Flat Hat
Off to Europe
Somehow, this is my last week of classes. I turned in my final assignments for the semester today, and tomorrow I'm taking a trip to London, then to continental Europe.
Blaenavon schoolboy to visit relative's First World War grave
"Hopefully, Jake will be able to get a photograph," said Mr Tidley, who has been researching his family tree for more than 20 years.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
France's Le Pen, in Moscow, blames EU for new 'Cold War'
Marine Le Pen, leader of France's far-right National Front, blamed the European Union for declaring a new Cold War on Russia that would hurt all concerned, Russian media reported on Saturday as she paid an official visit to Moscow.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
You say beer, I say lambic
What were we talking about? Oh yes, travel; today I'm writing from a great little beer bar called Bierhuiske in Antwerp, Belgium.
Le Monde diplomatique
A Plan C for Europe
Elections to the European Parliament in May will have a special significance. They will either help the EU regain public trust or let it sink further: it's a "make it or break it" game.
SW Radio Africa
Mugabe says Europe has 'an evil heart'
The decision by Europe to refuse Grace Mugabe a visa so she could travel to Brussels for the EU-AU summit held recently has invited her husband's ire.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
The Baltimore Sun
France's Hollande names European expert his chief of staff
French President Francois Hollande appointed a close friend and former European affairs minister to the strategic post of his chief of staff on Wednesday and reshuffled his private office to tighten the country's relations with Brussels.
Why Did US Send Comedians to India: Senator Asks John Kerry
A Republican Senator has questioned the utility of sending comedians to India at the expense of tax payer's money, at a time when the US is experiencing economic crunch.
[EU Elections] From Slovakia to Belgium: a story of failing Roma policy
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