By PBS NewsHour
The alleged French jihadist suspected of carrying out a shooting at a Belgian Jewish Museum in May has claimed responsibility for the attack in a video, prosecutors said on Sunday.
News Wrap: Armed Robbers Make Off With Haul of Diamonds in Belgium…
Margaret Warner speaks with Jeffrey Brown from the European Union summit in Brussels, where there's a new emphasis on the need for growth, not just austerity measures, to keep the continent from facing another recession.
Belgium's Foreign Minister Steven Vanackere spoke in Washington this week about the possibilities of a common European Union foreign policy.
By Larisa Epatko
Belgium is heading toward becoming the first European country to ban women from wearing burqas in public after its Parliament voted Thursday to ban the Muslim full-face veil.
As part of a weeklong series from the Vatican, Margaret Warner reports on the church's growing sex abuse scandal, following the latest resignations from bishops in the Irish and Belgian churches.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton charged that Iran is headed toward becoming a military dictatorship because of the growing power of the country's powerful Revolutionary Guard. Also, at least 18 people were killed in a commuter rail crash in Belgium.
By PBS NewsHour
The largest U.S. beer maker and American icon, Anheuser-Busch, accepted a $52 billion cash takeover offer from rival Belgium-based brewer InBev late Sunday after a month-long standoff.
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