Teri Schultz

Teri Schultz appears in the following:

How A U.S. Police Killing Triggered The Toppling Of Statues In U.K. And Belgium

Tuesday, June 09, 2020

The widespread protests sparked by George Floyd's killing are reverberating in Europe, leading to the removal of two statues in the United Kingdom and one in Belgium tied to racist, colonial legacies.


Belgians Target Some Royal Monuments In Black Lives Matter Protest

Friday, June 05, 2020

Activists demand the removal of statues of King Leopold II, who oversaw the brutal colonization and exploitation of Congo. They hope the global spotlight on racial injustice will help them succeed.


In Time For Mother's Day, Belgium Will Allow Up To 4 Guests At Home

Sunday, May 10, 2020

Beginning on Sunday, each household will be allowed to host up to four other people as long as social distancing is maintained.


Belgians Urged To Eat More Fries To Help Potato Farmers Amid Pandemic-Related Glut

Sunday, May 03, 2020

Belgian households typically eat one serving of fries per week. The head of the national potato processing association says one more won't hurt consumers or their health, and will help producers.


Belgian Officials Forced To Defend Calculations For COVID-19 Deaths

Friday, May 01, 2020

Belgium's government says it is determined to be transparent about the country's death rate from COVID-19, and count everyone who it believes died from the disease.


Why Belgium's Death Rate Is So High: It Counts Lots Of Suspected COVID-19 Cases

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

The European country of under 12 million people surged to the top of the chart as authorities tally not only fatalities that are confirmed as virus-related but also many suspected of being linked.


5 Years After Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 Was Shot Down, Charges Have Been Filed

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Dutch prosecutors have charged three Russians and a Ukrainian with the murder of nearly 300 passengers and crew, who died when Malaysian Airlines MH17 was shot down over Ukraine in July 2014.


Previewing The European Parliament Elections

Sunday, May 19, 2019

It's been five years since the last election, and since then there has been a surge in populist right-wing parties that are looking to change the European Union from within.


Dutch Flags Are At Half-Staff In Memory Of Shooting Victims

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

A suspect is in custody following a mass shooting in the Netherlands that left three people dead in the city of Utrecht. Authorities are still unsure about a motive.


Belgian Students Protest For Action On Climate Change

Friday, February 22, 2019

Tens of thousands of European students are protesting every week. In Belgium, the demonstrations are in their seventh week and students were joined Thursday by a Swedish teen who started the movement.


Purged By Turkey, An Ex-NATO Officer Speaks Out About Detention Under Erdogan

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Cafer Topkaya describes how he went from unassuming Turkish NATO officer to one of the thousands of targets in the Turkish government's sweeping crackdown after the 2016 coup attempt.


Former Turkish Military Officer Speaks Out After Being Imprisoned By His Own Government

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

A Turkish military officer who was assigned to NATO speaks about escaping the country's purge after spending 16 months in jail.


News Brief: Trump And EU Ease Trade Tensions, Family Separation Update

Thursday, July 26, 2018

President Trump and the EU Commission's Jean-Claude Juncker said they would work to remove trade barriers between the U.S. and Europe. Also, Emma Platoff of the Texas Tribune on separated families.


War Criminal Dies After Drinking 'Poison' In Court

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

A man convicted of war crimes in the Balkans has committed suicide in the courtroom. Upon hearing that his conviction was upheld at the Hague, Slobodan Praljak said that he rejected the verdict, then drank a small container of what he said was poison.


The Longest-Running War Crimes Court Criticized For Slow Justice

Saturday, November 25, 2017

The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia is due to close at the end of the year. The tribunal's supporters say it has given justice to many victims. Critics say that justice has been both slow and one-sided.


Former Military Commander Of Bosnian Serbs Sentenced To Life Imprisonment

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Ratko Mladic was found guilty of committing genocide — in which thousands were massacred — and war crimes during a conflict in the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s.


Belgian Judge To Decide Whether To Extradite Ex-Catalonia Leader To Spain

Monday, November 06, 2017

The former leader of Catalonia waits for word on whether he'll be extradited from Brussels to Spain, where he's charged with rebellion for his role in Catalonia's attempt to secede from Spain.


Stark Choice For NATO's Turkish Officers: Arrests At Home, Limbo In Europe

Sunday, November 27, 2016

Turkish officers in Brussels say their government is firing them and sending them home. Some are in hiding or seeking asylum, fearing imprisonment or worse. They deny they were part of a coup attempt.


Has Trump's Stumping Already Frayed Transatlantic Ties?

Saturday, November 12, 2016

European officials don't know what to expect from a President Trump. But they hope his policies will differ from what he's said on the campaign trail.


Pipe Dream Becomes High-Tech Transport Line For Historic Belgian Brew

Sunday, September 18, 2016

A pipeline of beer may sound like a dream to some suds lovers, but this one may just help one Belgian brewer keep the taps flowing.