Namur, Belgium Newswire (Page 3)

Namur, Belgium Newswire (Page 3)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Namur, Belgium. (Page 3)

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  1. A Friend of a Friend Is...a Dense NetworkRead the original story

    Dec 1, 2016 | Newswise

    ... a network grows. By including friend-of-friend interactions in their model, Renaud Lambiotte (University of Namur, Belgium), Paul Krapivsky (Boston University), and Uttam Bhat and Sid Redner (both Santa Fe Institute) could control the link density ...

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  2. Pages of History: What News of the 1952 Tour Looked LikeRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 28, 2016 | Podium Cafe

    A year ago my good friend Joel brought me back some old French magazines from Europe, from another time, showing cycling in something of a golden age. Joel is a man of taste -- he once ditched a day of work in Amsterdam to stand with me atop the Koppenberg - so it's no surprise that these old papers were something to behold.

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  3. Emma Meesseman addresses Stephen Curry comparisons, why she doesn't ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 24, 2016 | Bullets Forever

    Belgium clinched a EuroBasket Women 2017 spot and won Group G in qualifiers last Wednesday. For fans of the Belgian Cats in Flanders, Wallonia, and Brussels, it's a big deal.

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  4. EU-Canada trade deal clears legal test hurdle in EU parliamentRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 23, 2016 | The Globe and Mail

    Protesters hold up a placard reading '3,4 million Europeans count on Wallonia - stop CETA' as a meeting on CETA takes place at the Walloon parliament in Namur, Belgium, on Oct. 18, 2016. Protesters hold up a placard reading '3,4 million Europeans count on Wallonia - stop CETA' as a meeting on CETA takes place at the Walloon parliament in Namur, Belgium, on Oct. 18, 2016.

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  5. Belgium vs. Belarus women's basketball final score: 3 things we...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 19, 2016 | Bullets Forever

    The scoring margin was close and the difference never went into double digits. But Belgium was in control of this game from start to finish.

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  6. Top Stories of the Week: The Wizards are still struggling to get back on trackRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 19, 2016 | Bullets Forever

    The NBA season is still young, but things aren't looking good with Thanksgiving coming next week. The Wizards are 3-8, 13th in the Eastern Conference.

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  7. 'Withered Green' first Arab movie to screen at Singapore International Film - FestivalRead the original story

    Nov 15, 2016 | Al Bawaba

    The film also competed at the Festival International du Film Francophone de Namur in Belgium, becoming the first Egyptian film to participate at the FIFF since 1999. The Egyptian film Withered Green will become the first Arab film screened at the 27th Singapore International Film Festival on 23 November.

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  8. Dorset dance group Steps in Time host thank you event in ShaftesburyRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 8, 2016 | Western Gazette

    Steps in Time, Dorset's junior traditional English dance group, travelled to Belgium in July to be the only group representing England at the 53rd Europeade, Europe's largest festival of folk culture attended by around 160 groups from 25 European countries. During the four days of the festival, Steps in Time, which this year consisted of nine dancers aged between seven and 13 and a band of four musicians, performed on several stages around the city, took part in the children's performance and joined the other 159 groups parading through the streets of Namur.

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  9. Three places to see in Belgium's Wallonia regionRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 7, 2016 | The Globe and Mail

    If Wallonia got more than its fair share in Canada's newly signed trade deal with Europe, you could say the same thing about its natural and man-made attractions. The French-speaking region of Belgium punches well above its weight when it comes to culture, history, scenery and gastronomy.

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  10. 3. Belgian Beercycling 2000: Brewing day with Jean-Louis at Brasserie A Vapeur.Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2016 | The Potable Curmudgeon

    Wallonia is the French-speaking half of Belgium. The cultural and linguistic divide between Wallonia and the Dutch-speaking Flanders is deep seated, politically charged, well documented and completely beyond the scope of this account, so I'll confine my opening comments to observations that are safer and more relevant to beercyclists: Geography.

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  11. Belgian immigration chief fined for refusing Aleppo visasRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2016 | Athens Banner-Herald

    This still image taken from drone footage, posted online by the communications arm of Ahrar al-Sham militant group, purports to show a blast on the ground, apparently the result of an airstrike, in an Assad neighborhood of Aleppo, Syria. Syrian government forces launched a counteroffensive Saturday, Oct. 29, 2016, under the cover of airstrikes in an attempt to regain control of areas they had lost to insurgents the day before in the northern city of Aleppo, activists and state media said.

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  12. Belgian immigration chief fined for refusing Aleppo visasRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2016 | The China Post

    Belgium's immigration minister is refusing to grant humanitarian visas to a family in the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo despite being fined 4,000 euros a day for defying an appeal tribunal. A lawyer for the family, Olivier Stein, told The Associated Press on Wednesday that the Belgian tribunal ruled three times that visas should be granted to the two adults with children aged 5 and 8 living in one of Syria's most dangerous cities.

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  13. Belgian minister says prefers to pay fine than grant visas to Syrian familyRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2016 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Belgium's immigration minister has said he is ready to sell off his office furniture to pay daily fines rather than honour a court order to issue tourist visas to a Syrian family from war-battered Aleppo. Belgium's Asylum and Migration State Secretary Theo Francken visits a military barrack used as an accommodation centre for refugees in Namur, Belgium, September 24, 2015.

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  14. Should corporations be able to sue foreign governments? The U.S. could owe billions.Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2016 | The Washington Post

    A banner reads 'Thank you - stop CETA on the facade of the Walloon parliament building in Namur, Belgium. NICOLAS LAMBERT/AFP/Getty Images Should multinational corporations be able to sue other countries' governments, including the U.S. government? The current international Investor-State Dispute Settlement system allows multinational corporations to pursue international arbitration when they believe a foreign government has violated their property rights.

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  15. Belgian immigration chief fined for refusing Aleppo visasRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 2, 2016 | Albany Times Union

    This still image taken from drone footage, posted online by the communications arm of Ahrar al-Sham militant group, purports to show a blast on the ground, apparently the result of an airstrike, in an Assad neighborhood of Aleppo, Syria. Syrian government forces launched a counteroffensive Saturday, Oct. 29, 2016, under the cover of airstrikes in an attempt to regain control of areas they had lost to insurgents the day before in the northern city of Aleppo, activists and state media said.

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  16. News Belgian immigration chief fined for refusing Aleppo visasRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 2, 2016 | KIRO-TV Seattle

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  17. EU, Canada to sign free trade dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 29, 2016 | Toledo Blade

    The European Union and Canada will sign a free trade agreement on Sunday that aims to boost jobs and growth after weeks of uncertainty and opposition in part of EU member Belgium that had threatened to scupper the entire deal. Minister-President of Wallonia Paul Magnette, standing at podium back centre, attends a session in the Walloon Parliament in Namur, Belgium.

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  18. Closing in on a dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 28, 2016 | The China Post

    Minister-President of Wallonia Paul Magnette attends a session in the Walloon Parliament in Namur, Belgium on Friday, Oct. 28. The European Union and Canada are closing in on a free trade deal.

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  19. Minister-President of Wallonia Paul Magnette, left, attends a session ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 28, 2016 | 680News

    Minister-President of Wallonia Paul Magnette, left, attends a session in the Walloon Parliament in Namur, Belgium on Friday, Oct. 28, 2016. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS/Thierry Monasse Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will finally travel to Brussels this weekend to sign the Canada-EU free trade deal known as the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, or CETA.

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  20. The view from Wallonia and its backlash against CETARead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 28, 2016 | MacLeans

    On the ground in the capital city of Namur, Wallonians reflect on the region's economic decline and why it blocked the CETA trade agreement with Canada "Gilles" in traditional costumes stand during the carnival in Binche, one of the most ancient and representative tradition of Wallonia On Thursday, a minor landslide happened in Wallonia's capital city of Namur. Part of a stone wall looping the prominent hilltop, centuries-old Citadel van Namen caved in, debris crashing down 10 metres to the Notre Dame Street below, a quiet walkway adjacent to Wallonia's parliament.

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