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Belgian Jungle

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  1. Jan 03,  · This is the haunting sight of a 'car graveyard' nestled in a Belgian forest, where vintage motors sit rusting among the fronds. The old-fashioned vehicles are thought to have been left in the wood.
  2. Feb 23,  · BELGIUM has re-established border controls amid fears migrants evicted from the Calais jungle could head to the Belgian coast to sneak into the UK in another blow for the Schengen zone.
  3. Oct 24,  · BRUSSELS (Reuters) - When France shut the Calais shanty town known as the Jungle in , migrants seeking entry to Britain were forced to look for less safe passage up the coast in Belgium .
  4. Christened the Congo Free State in , Leopold’s playground was an astonishing 76 times the size of Belgium. Comprised largely of unmapped jungle, it was initially a huge financial burden. But when worldwide demand for rubber boomed, Leopold cashed in. Congolese workers were sent out into the jungle to slash down vines and layer their.
  5. A new guide to Brussels’ urban gardens, recently published by Christophe and Jacques Mercier, describes some of them: Paysages citoyens à Bruxelles – 50 lieux où la nature et l’humanité ont repris leurs droits (Citizens’ landscapes in Brussels – 50 spots where nature and humanity have reclaimed their rights). The book is a non-exhaustive breath of fresh air and shows the diversity.
  6. Aug 14,  · Belgium Engineers Sawback Bayonet Made by Belgium marked with the 'GB' Belgian inspection marking (Gouvernement Belge or Government of Belgium) on the blade and dated Brass handle with patina on the steel crossguard and marked 'rs' in the mortise slot and marked 'LD' on the blade spine. Crossguard is marked V
  7. The FAL rifle, French "Fusil Automatique Léger" meaning Light Automatic Rifle is a battle rifle designed by Belgian small arms designers Dieudonné Saive and Ernest Vervier and then manufactured by FN Herstal.. During the Cold War the FAL was adopted as a Battle Rifle by many countries of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), with the notable exception of the United States.
  8. The Belgian Congo (French: Congo belge, pronounced [kɔ̃ɡo bɛlʒ]; Dutch: Belgisch-Congo) was a Belgian colony in Central Africa from until independence in The former colony adopted its present name, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), in Colonial rule in the Congo began in the late 19th century. King Leopold II of Belgium attempted to persuade the Belgian.

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