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Multiple Car Bombings Rock Belgium

By The European Union Times An early-morning car bombing in Antwerp, Belgium, marks the second incident of its kind in less than 24 hours, and the third in the last two weeks, according to local media. Belgian police are investigating the latest of three car explosions that have reportedly taken place in close proximity to…

Russia passes hideous censorship law, Putin says "if the EU is into censorship, why shouldn't we?"

By The European Union Times Though Western media outlets are whining about these new laws in Russia and complaining about how authoritarian they are, the reality is most Western governments’ laws are even worse Russian officials are citing authoritarian censorship laws passed by European governments as a justification for passing similar laws restricting free speech…

Terrorist attack in Netherlands, 1 dead, several injured

By The European Union Times The Netherlands raised the terror threat in Utrecht province to highest following a tram shooting, which could have killed one and injured several others. The Dutch counter-terror agency said it appears to be a terror attack. The National Anti-Terrorism Coordinator (NATC) said it raised the terrorism threat level to 5…

Chaos Breaks Out As Yellow Vests Clash With French Police

By The European Union Times Saturday’s Yellow Vest protests have escalated in intensity as clashes with the police grew increasingly violent. After weeks of more moderate protests, France’s Yellow Vests are back in full swing following the end of President Macron’s unsuccessful ‘great debate’ – during which thousands of town halls were conducted over a…