Belgium is preparing to host Europe’s largest battle reenactment to mark the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo. At the site south of Brussels, trenches are being dug and thousands of actors and horses are being brought into position.
A piece of "French royal treasure" went under the hammer with the auction of the 19.07-carat Grand Mazarin diamond in Geneva. The jewel once graced the crowns of Louis XIV, Emperor Napoleon and Empress Eugenie.
World War I ended on November 11, 1918. The conflict claimed countless victims with unprecedented displays of power. But the human suffering continued as Europe could not fully recover from the disaster.
Thousands of Syrian newborns in Lebanon run the risk of being citizens of nowhere due to Kafkaesque bureaucracy. One family decided to take matters into their own hands and are moving to Belgium. Anchal Vohra reports.
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