Dutch gays don't take advantage of opportunity to marry
10 years since The Netherlands legalized same-sex marriage, gay couples marry at a much lower rate than heterosexual couples.
Belgium's wayward Prince Laurent visits Congo
Prince Laurent could lose his monthly $37,500 stipend paid for by Belgian taxpayers.
Lobbying scandal shocks Europe; members of the European Parliament resign (VIDEO)
But was it illegal for lawmakers to accept bribes in exchange for amendments?
Belgium sets world record for longest period without a government
Belgium has now surpassed Iraq, which went 289 days before forming a government.
International pedophile ring shut down, say police (VIDEO)
Police say it could be the largest online pedophile network in the world.
Afghan asylum seekers advise Tunisians, Libyans to stay put
Migrants can slip through the cracks into destitution while trying to win asylum status in Europe.
International Criminal Court to investigate Gaddafi and sons for war crimes (UPDATES)
Bombing raids in Brega were a "big misunderstanding," said Gaddafi's son, as the International Criminal Court announced it would investigate Muammar Gaddafi and his sons.
Belgium needs a sex ban, suggests Senator Marleen Temmerman
A senator jokes that Belgium should implement a sex ban as a new tactic to deal with its political deadlock.
Porn for women
A porn channel for women blossoms
Dutch station Dusk discovers that women like to watch sex that looks real.
Dutch Somalis fear for their reputation
Recent bogus terrorism arrests concern Somali refugees in the Netherlands.
Uzbek dictator makes official Brussels visit
No on admits to inviting Islam Karimov, who will meet with top leaders.
France amends anti-smoking law to save its "heritage"
Citing "cultural heritage" concerns, French lawmakers have approved new exceptions to a draconian anti-smoking law.
Brussels' historic Villa Empain rises from ruins
The Boghossian family foundation rescues the crumbling Art Deco home.
Belgium: a kingdom in crisis
Political impasse deepens as mediator between French- and Flemish-speakers resigns.
Europe's Copts on high alert after church bombing
Faraway fears after Egypt attack kills 23 worshipers.
A tour of Antwerp
Antwerp: Europe's capital of cool
Travelers shouldn't overlook Antwerp, home to hip neighborhoods and edgy design.
NATO's Rasmussen worried about US, not Russia
In interview, secretary general dismisses concerns about Russian belligerence.
The Comet Line
Remembering Belgium's "secret army"
Belgians who spirited Allies through enemy territory sometimes made the ultimate sacrifice.
Serbia woos the EU
While EU foreign ministers lower the bar for the Serbs to begin the membership process.
The skydiver's fatal attraction
Belgian woman sentenced for sabotaging her friend's parachute. The motive? Jealousy.
Belgium: Catholic Church again courts controversy
Catholic Church archbishop in hot water over comments on AIDS and homosexuality.
Handless model goes topless
Play on famous Wonderbra ad aims to increase sensitivity toward handicapped people.
America's key allies slash their budgets
Will Europe still be a key US military partner?
Europe's political basket cases
Why Belgium and the Netherlands can't form governments
A college for the worldly student with big plans
The international make-up of the College of Europe represents a world of possibility.
Belgium: Amid sex scandals, de-baptism gains favor
Child sex abuse, and other church failings, lead Belgians to formally renounce religion.
EU learns a lesson about chemical waste
Court rules that it's not OK for European companies to dump waste in the developing world.
Recyclable gadgets made in the EU