Brussels Cancels Fireworks Over Terrorism, German Town To Protect Refugees From PTSD

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jacob Bojesson
Fireworks explode over Victoria Harbour during a pyrotechnic show to celebrate the New Year in Hong Kong, China January 1, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

Fear terrorists can capitalize on mass crowds and loud noise

Belgium May Have Just Foiled A Major Terror Plot

Daily Caller News Foundation | JP Carroll
A Belgian police officer stands guard at the entrance of the Brussels' central police headquarters, December 29, 2015, after two people were arrested in Belgium on Sunday and Monday, both suspected of plotting an attack in Brussels on New Year's Eve, federal prosecutors said. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

ISIS inspired attack planned for New Year’s Eve

Paris Suspect Might Have Escaped Because Of Law Against Police Raids After 9 P.M.

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jacob Bojesson
Handout picture shows Belgian-born Abdeslam Salah seen on a call for witnesses notice released by the French Police Nationale information services on their twitter account

No noise after 9 p.m.

Former US Ambassador To Belgium: 'If Belgium Is A Failed State, The US Would Be Afghanistan'

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jacob Bojesson
Belgian soldiers patrol Brussels' Grand Place during a continued high level of security following the recent deadly Paris attacks, Belgium, November 24, 2015.

Said he feels safer in Jihadi neighborhood than in LA or NYC.

Belgian Authorities Knew Everything About Paris Suspects, Didn't Act

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jacob Bojesson
Handout picture shows Belgian-born Abdeslam Salah seen on a call for witnesses notice released by the French Police Nationale information services on their twitter account

‘Even if we had signaled them to France, I doubt that we could have stopped them’

Man Behind Paris Terror Eluded Death By Airstrike In Weeks Ahead Of Attack

Daily Caller News Foundation | Rachel Stoltzfoos

‘One of the most active ISIS executioners’

Islamic Extremist Arrested For Deadly Jewish Museum Shooting

World | Scott Greer

‘All European countries are confronted at this moment with this problem’

NSFW PHOTOS: Naked feminist protesters drench Catholic archbishop as he prays quietly

World | Vince Coglianese

Archbishop sat quietly in prayer

Poll: Americans still coolest - Reuters

World | InternAdmin
This snapshot doesn't do justice for the wild reality of Bonnaroo, the 4-day musical festival that has fans pitching tents every June in Manchester, TN, to rock ' roll with jam bands and other contemporary artists, such as Jay-Z and Kings of Leon

Belgians, Poles voted least cool

Tour crowds are a blessing and a curse for riders - Reuters

Sports | interns

While the Tour de France is proving a huge draw for cycling-mad fans, the vast numbers of people lining the roadside has caused some unease in the peleton

Belgian Catholic offices raided in sex abuse probe - BBC

World | interns

Belgian authorities raided the offices of the country’s most senior Catholic prelate as they investigate child sex abuse claims

OPINION: As crisis bites, EU grabs for power - THE TELEGRAPH

World | Jeff Winkler (admin)

As the debate continues over the European Commission’s proposals for “peer review” of national budgets, Marta Andreasen, the European Commission’s former chief accountant, gives her blunt opinion

EU leaders approve fresh sanctions against Iran - BBC News

World | interns

The fresh EU sanctions include a ban on investments, technical assistance and technology transfers to Iran’s key oil and gas industry

Palin's party goes global - The Daily Caller

Politics | Kyle Peterson

International protest groups take up “Tea Party” flag in Moscow, Tel Aviv and The Hague

Belgium bans full Islamic burqa in public - AFP

Politics | interns

Lawmakers pave the way for the first clampdown of its kind in Europe

Rail strike follows Belgian crash

World | Julia McClatchy (admin)

Train workers in southern Belgium have gone on strike a day after 18 people were killed in a crash between two commuter trains

Update: At least 25 passengers feared dead in Belgian train crash -

World | interns

Two trains, one travelling from Leuven to Braine-le-Comte and another from Quiévrain to Liege, crashed head-on amid snowy conditions at 7.30 GMT, after at least one of them failed to brake

Markets snub EU pledge to help Greek with debt

World | Julia McClatchy (admin)

Currency markets on Thursday snubbed European leaders’ vague pledge of support to help Greece avoid defaulting on its debt, sending the euro down against the U.S. dollar and doing little to halt fears of market contagion

Europe closing in on plan to avert Greek debt crisis

Business | interns

Facing a crucial test for the credibility of their common currency, European leaders were close to agreement Wednesday on moves aimed at persuading jittery bond market investors that Greece would not be allowed to default on its government debt