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An innovative program encourages science education for the youngest students.
Lax enforcement of toxic waste regulations could result in industrial accidents.
Analysis: Experts agree homegrown terrorists will be tough to fight.
Europeans decry $14 fee for visitors to the US who don't need visas.
Creating integrated digital networks across the EU is shaping up as a high-stakes battle.
France's expulsion of hundreds of Roma has European lawmakers scrambling for a response.
A Belgian company strives to be the world's first "fair trade" electronics producer.
Court rules that it's not OK for European companies to dump waste in the developing world.
Is the EU turning a blind eye to Colombians spying on its soil?
European states curb new deals and technology transfers, but is it enough?
For decades, Jenny Abeels was the only person visiting an American grave in Belgium.
For the first time, two sisters travel to the Belgium gravesite of their father, a WWII pilot.
Madeleine Albright presents recommendations on a new strategic concept for the alliance.
Parental leave already generous by US standards, could grow even more. But at what cost?
Dinner meeting on Greek bailout results in a “stabilization mechanism” plan.
Despite political chaos, Belgium's parliament passes a nationwide ban of burqas and niqabs almost unanimously.
Despite eurozone efforts, markets refuse to believe the Greek economy can recover.
Some MEPs find the environmental cost of monthly meetings in France hypocritical.
It's been a busy few days for the organization in charge of coordinating all flights across Europe.
France has launched efforts on behalf of all francophonie to preserve the language in diplomatic circles.