Belgium newspapers and news sites

  1. Het Laatste Nieuws One of the most widely circulated newspapers published in Brussels, Belgium.
  2. Het Nieuwsblad Daily tabloid format newspaper published in Belgium.
  3. Gazet van Antwerpen Belgian daily independent newspaper serving Flanders.
  4. Het Belang van Limburg Leading Dutch-language newspaper published in Belgium.
  5. De Standaard Flemish daily newspaper based in Dilbeek, Belgium.
  6. Le Soir Leading Belgian French-language newspaper based in Brussels.
  7. La Derniere Heure (La DH) Daily newspaper in Belgium. Regional version of the newspaper printed in Namur/Luxembourg, Brabant, Liège, Mons Center, Charleroi Center, Tournai / Ath / Mouscron, and Brussels.
  8. De Morgen Belgium’s daily newspaper owned by De Persgroep.
  9. La Libre Belgique One of the French-language newspapers published in Belgium.
  10. De Tijd Daily broadsheet newspaper published Belgium. De Tijd mainly featuring business and economics.
  11. La Capitale Regional daily newspaper published in Belgium.
  12. L’Echo French language newspaper distributed in Wallonia and Brussels.
  13. Grenz EchoGerman-language daily newspaper published in Belgium.
  14. Metro
  15. La Province Providing news from Liège, Huy-Waremme, Verviers, Luxembourg, Basse-Meuse, Namur, Bruxelles, Brabant Wallon, Charleroi, Centre, Sambre/Meuse, Mons, Tournai, and Mouscron regions.
  16. Brussels Times
  17. Belga News Agency
  18. La Nouvelle Gazette
  19. Demer
  22. Hoofdpunten
  23. 7sur7
  24. Nord Eclair
  25. La Meuse
  26. Télé MB
  27. PAL NWS
  28. ‎De redactie
  29. Krant van West Vlaanderen‎
  30. ‎Weekend
  32. Newsmonkey‎
  33. Euractiv
  34. ‎Nord presse
  35. Business AM
  36. TV Limburg
  37. Vlaamse Volksbeweging
  38. ‎t Scheldt
  40. Waaskrant
  41. CathoBel
  42. Spirou
  43. Le Vif
  44. Politico
  45. New Europe
  46. Brussels Times Belgium’s online newspaper in English.
Belgium, a country in Western Europe, is known for medieval towns, Renaissance architecture and as headquarters of the European Union and NATO. The country has distinctive regions including Dutch-speaking Flanders to the north, French-speaking Wallonia to the south and a German-speaking community to the east. The bilingual capital, Brussels, has ornate guildhalls at Grand-Place and elegant art-nouveau buildings. ― Google