Monika Pronczuk reports for The New York Times in Brussels. She joined The Times in February 2020.
The proceedings against 10 men linked to the 2016 bombings at an airport and a subway station are the largest ever organized in Belgium and are expected to last up to eight months.
By Monika Pronczuk
This was featured in live coverage.
When missiles landed a few miles from the Ukrainian border, residents say they reignited fears that had largely calmed since the war’s early weeks.
Poland’s president said that a Ukrainian air defense missile had most likely caused a deadly blast there on Tuesday.
By Monika Pronczuk and Ada Petriczko
The explosion in a Polish village across the border from Ukraine occurred as Russia bombarded Ukrainian cities with about 100 missiles.
By Marc Santora and Maria Varenikova
The blast occurred a few miles from Poland’s border with Ukraine, on the same day that Russia launched a widespread missile attack on Ukraine.
By Monika Pronczuk, Matina Stevis-Gridneff and Jim Tankersley
The suspect was on the government’s watch list of potential extremists. Attacks have been rare in Europe in the past few years.
With the MAGA star dimmed, analysts expect continued support in Washington for Ukraine and NATO, and perhaps greater pressure on China.
By Steven Erlanger and Alexandra Stevenson