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BRUSSELS, Belgium -- The Overseas Countries and Territories Association held its 12th ministerial conference in Brussels, Belgium, this week, where all 22 OCT political leaders gathered to support and approve the creation of a three-member board of chairs, in order to help increase the visibility of the association and of OCTs with the European ... (more)
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London, Dec 06 : A new study has revealed that people with dyslexia are unable to read or spell properly because of communication problems in their brain.
It's also one of the toughest. The no-holds-barred contest up West Flanders' steep, cobblestoned hills prompted one exhausted winner to compare the race-called "Vlaanderens Mooiste" or "Flanders' Finest"- to the Stations of the Cross.
Rabbi Moshe Aryeh Friedman and his family arrive at the Yesode Hatora School in Antwerp, Belgium The European Union regrets the attendance of an anti-Zionist rabbi accused of Holocaust denial at an event it sponsored.
History and art fans are invited to take a cruise back in time to medieval Europe, including stops at famous old-world cities such as Brugge, Gent, Antwerp and Amsterdam.
"Welcome to the future!" That was how the founders of the Living Tomorrow lab in Vilvoorde, on the outskirts of Brussels, kicked off a book called Living and Working the Future .
Next May's elections to the European Parliament promise to be among the most closely watched since the 1970s, with many in Europe expected to show their frustration with the economic crisis by voting for anti-EU or protest parties.
Vistors at the new 'Musee Fin-de-Siecle', part of the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, on December 5, 2013, in Brussels.
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Spectators walk on the pier during stormy weather, at the coastal town in Blankenberge, Belgium, Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013.
Pope Francis is to set up a Vatican committee to fight sexual abuse of children in the Catholic Church and offer help to victims.
Glitches in the connections between certain brain areas may be at the root of the common learning disorder dyslexia, a new study suggests.
Shamanistic practices were considered an aspect of Korea that needed to be stamped out in its shift to industrialization and modernization.
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