Every two years, Brussel's famous Grand Place gets covered in thousands of begonias. Visitors to the Belgian capital can feast their eyes on a beautiful floral display -- 650,000 flowers covering an 1800 square meter area.
Brexit prompted Gary Blackburn to open "Little Britain," a whimsical exhibition of Britannia high above the Rhine. It was to be a place where Germans and Britons could come together. The local council wants it gone.
The latest Brexit drama centers on Prime Minister Theresa May, the UK and EU hoping for hints of progress, an ill-fated dinner in Brussels and Machiavellian intrigue.
Memorials, a moment of silence, and a "minute of noise" have been held to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the Brussels terror attacks. The triple bomb blasts killed 32 people and wounded more than 300 others.
Lebanon has billed the donor conference as a show of international backing for a country hosting more than 1.5 million Syrian refugees. For years, Beirut has struggled to draw investment for infrastructure projects.
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