Jan Jambon

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Hearses are parked near a police tent at the scene where a gunman shot dead two police officers and a bystander on the Boulevard d’Avroy in the eastern Belgian city of Liege. Photograph: Getty

A man who shot dead two police officers and a bystander in Liège on Tuesday killed another person the day before the attack, the Belgian interior mini(...)

Belgium’s prime minister, Charles Michel, has said his country is unable to ratify the EU-Canada trade deal after failing to win the backing of the regional parliament of Wallonia.

The EU-Canada summit scheduled for Thursday is “still possible”, European Council president Donald Tusk has said, raising hopes that a landmark trade(...)

Dutch justice minister Ard van der Steur answering questions about intelligence failures in the lead-up to the terrorist attacks in Brussels on March 22nd. Photograph: Bart Maat/EPA

At 10.14am on July 14th, 2015, Turkish officials sent two emails to two European embassies in Ankara: one to the Belgians and the other to the Dutch. (...)

Commuters near Brussels Central Station as they return to work after the Easter holidays. The mayor of Brussels, Yvan Mayeur, says the EU’s capital can never go back to “normal” again. Photograph: AP Photo/Alastair Grant

More than a week after terrorist attacks in Brussels left 32 people dead and hundreds injured, the Belgian capital remains a city in mourning. Over t(...)

Anti-Islamic State demonstrators on Sunday at the site of the memorial for the victims of the March 22nd terror attacks in Brussels. Photograph: Olivier Hoslet/EPA

Brussels mayor Yvan Mayuer has said he is “outraged” that police allowed far-right groups to demonstrate on Sunday at a shrine to victims of last week(...)

A suspect lies on the platform of a tramway station in an image taken from amateur video after he was shot and wounded by police in the Brussels borough of Schaerbeek. Photograph: Sudpresse via Reuters

They came one by one to collect the possessions that were abandoned and lost during the chaos of Tuesday morning. Up to 6,000 suitcases, most of whi(...)

An agent looks on his computer near luggage collected from the planes, which were on the tarmac at the time of the attacks in  Brussels. Photograph: Lauie Dieffembacq/ AFP /Belga/Getty

They came one by one to collect the possessions that were abandoned and lost during the chaos of Tuesday morning. Up to 6,000 suitcases, most of wh(...)

A masked Belgian police officer takes part in police operations in Schaerbeek on Friday following Tuesday’s bomb attacks in Brussels, Belgium. Photograph: Vincent Kessler/Reuters

Six people have been arrested in Brussels as the search continues for up to two suspects believed to be on the run following Tuesday’s terrorist attac(...)

Bear witness: A man cloaked in a Belgian flag looks on as hundreds of people at a makeshift memorial gather before Brussels Stock Exchange on Place de la Bourse. Photograph: Getty Images

Belgian authorities were last night searching for a potential fifth suspect in Tuesday’s terrorist attacks in Brussels, as criticism of the country’s (...)

Belgian vice-prime minister and interior minister Jan Jambon (left) and Belgian minister of justice Koen Geens observe a minute of silence before a meeting at the European Council headquarters in Brussels. Photograph: Thierry Charlier/AFP/Getty Images

Ireland is not immune from the threat of terrorism, Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald warned yesterday, though she stressed there was no specifi(...)

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