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An artificial island will generate electricity
Belgium is building an artificial island in the North Sea to store water pumped by wind turbines in periods of low electricity demand. When electricity is needed, the water will be released.
What's up, Europe? Brussels muddles through the crisis
The big story in Brussels, as it has been for the last two years, is the eurozone crisis. So is any progress being made?
Mid-day Extra: What sets Brussels apart
Brussels isn't the first city people may think of in Europe, but it is home to both the United Nations and the European Commission. Today, European leaders came to a tentative deal there to save the EU.
Belgium has a new prime minister
The country had gone a record 541 days without a government.
Belgium ends 540 days without leader
Belgium, the country with the fifth largest debt load in Europe, has gone without a full-time government for over 500 days. Today, a prime minister was appointed.