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Brussels Airlines surgio de la fusion de Virgin Express y SN Brussels Airlines, a finales de 2006. Este es el spot que hicieron para explicarlo.
25 Apr 2007
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Nice landings and departures on Brussels National.
26 Aug 2007
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Brussels, World Cup 2006 ENGLAND-PORTUGAL aftermath --Sent via *******heyspread**** : Upload videos to multiple sites quickly
20 Sep 2007
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Lobbyist in Brussels
30 Oct 2007
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Some illegal tree planting going on in front of the european parlement in Brussels.
7 Dec 2007
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Crossing Brussels at night on way to paris from copenhagen by bus
2 Feb 2008
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Rachel learns the ways of the tasty Brussel Sprout with the chef master, Will.
11 Jan 2009
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Video slideshow of selected hostels in Brussels. Brussels Hostels include 2GO4 Quality Hostel, Albert Inn, Hotel Belmont ... To book online these hostels in Brussels, please visit: *******www.hostelbookers****/hostels/belgium/brussels/
16 Apr 2008
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a nice view of brussels palace
7 Jun 2008
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Video of Hotel Belmont, Brussels. Take a video tour of the reception area, lounge area, kitchen and selected bedrooms . To book the Hotel Belmont online please visit: *******www.hostelbookers****/hostels/belgium/brussels/17731/
29 Jul 2008
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The Brussels beer festival September 7, 2008
15 Sep 2008
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Brussels, capital of Belgium
2 Oct 2008
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More than 200 tractors were in Brussels as farmers protested EU trade policy and high food prices on this day in June 2008. - HQ upload of earlier report filed from the street - Distributed by Tubemogul.
10 Oct 2008
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Lobbyists in the European affairs arena are always on a mission; influencing policy outcomes that is their aim. However, how can you be a successful lobbyist? One approach is to engage directly with the general public. Last week, the European plastics manufacturing industry, represented by PlasticsEurope, organized a youth debate in the European parliament. There was a buzz of excitement in the EP building; youngsters from ten different EU member states gathered to display their debating skills. Almost one thousand high school students battled for a spot in the finals. Here in Brussels, the hundred finalists were judged by an international jury. Among the jury members were David Gow, a business journalist for the Guardian, futurologist Ray Hammond and several representatives of PlasticsEurope. PlasticsEurope was pleased with the enthusiasm of the young participants. The plastics manufacturing industry challenged the debaters to take a stand in the question: “Are plastics part of the problem or the solution?”. They had the opportunity to hear from the next generation of European citizens about the future of plastics. The winner of the debate was Žan Žveplan, a 17 year old student from Slovenia, argued “plastics are fantastic” and continued with “we gave the opposition the truth, but they can’t handle the truth”. Though, what is the essence of this event? Did PlasticsEurope succeeded in finding its new ambassadors for plastics? When asking the young debaters, they say “it is about the experience” and “this is an opportunity to develop my debating skills”. The students came mainly for the learning experience. Although, some of them mentioned that the event raised their awareness of the challenges towards plastics. Distributed by Tubemogul.
18 Oct 2008
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