A massive multimillion-dollar restoration of the Ghent Altarpiece by Jan Van Eyck has revealed parts unseen for centuries.
Leo Cendrowicz, has spent two decades reporting from around the globe. Now based in Brussels, he follows closely the political and military developments that will make or break the Atlantic Alliance.
Three decades after he was jailed on fraud charges, flamboyant Cuban-born art dealer Roberto Polo is poised for a comeback in Spain as a modernist godfather.
Once home to degrading human zoos and stolen artifacts, the Royal Museum of Central Africa has gotten a massive makeover.
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership is prompting paranoia about Corporate America’s takeover of the Continent.
The Brussels summit didn’t come up with a deal. Tiny Greece is gambling on chutzpah while Germany holds all the cards.
Military exercises over the last month are meant to prove NATO’s resolve. But Putin’s “little green men” and his “ambiguous assault” strategy still have it in a quandary.