The move constituted a u-turn as Google had said on Friday thatwith the court order, despite equivalent to $640,900 daily if it did not publish the ruling.
A spokesperson for Google declined to elaborate on the reasons that made the company change its mind but said it would seek to cancel the ruling.
"We are pleased that a judge has given Google the opportunity to appeal the substance of this case. This will be heard in November," the spokesperson said.
Google News lists headlines and a few sentences of text from news articles around the world and links back to a publication's own Web site for users to read the whole item.
Any publisher can opt out by asking Google to remove its content,that by reproducing the material in the first place Google is violating copyright law.
The Belgian case was brought by Copiepresse, an organization that manages copyrights for French and German language newspapers.