Belgium v Scotland
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Belgium vs Scotland [LiVeStReaM]
Belgium condemned for “degrading treatment” of detainee The Brussels Times
The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) on Tuesday issued condemned Belgium for “degrading treatment” of a detainee during a prison-warder strike.
Woman killed by lightning strike while hiking in Scotland The Irish Times
55-year-old was walking near Glencoe on Saturday evening when she was hit.
Number of new police recruits dropping year by year in Belgium The Brussels Times
Belgium’s largest police union has issued a “wake-up call” to the government over the number of candidates applying for a job within the force, which is dropping …
Euro elections: Scotland draws dividing line over Brexit Aljazeera.com
The voters of Scotland have sent a message: England may have voted to leave the European Union, but we didn’t.
JDR to supply inter-array cables for wind farm offshore Belgium Offshore Oil and Gas Magazine
HARTLEPOOL, UK – JDR Cables, part of the TFKable Group, has signed a contract with DEME Offshore for the SeaMade offshore wind farm after a competitive …
Scottish government publishes independence referendum bill The Guardian
Legislation to enable a second referendum on independence has been published by the Scottish government, as Nicola Sturgeon said another vote before …
Google invests another 600 million euros in a new data centre in Belgium The Brussels Times
Google will invest another 600 million euros in Belgium, with the construction of a new data centre on its site in Saint-Ghislain, the American giant announced.
Boris Johnson disliked in Scotland more than rest of UK as poll shows Brexiteer is tartan turn off Daily Record
The Tory MP is favourite to become next Prime Minister but only 13 per cent of Scots think that he would do a good job.
Anarchy in Belgium: verdict due on EU official insulting anarchist ‘gang’ The Brussels Times
On Tuesday, the Brussels correctional court will issue a verdict in the trial of 12 people who, between 2008 and 2014, were said to have been part of an.
Women in Scotland join forces to defend ‘threatened’ rights The Scotsman
An upsurge in grassroots women’s campaign groups is the result of “threats” to women’s rights, according to leading feminists and academics.