Belgian ISIS fighter jailed in Iraq wants to cooperate with Belgian intelligence

Belgian ISIS fighter jailed in Iraq wants to cooperate with Belgian intelligence

Tarik Jadaoun, a Belgian jihadi fighter linked to the Islamic State (ISIS) terror group and imprisoned in Iraq, where he risks the death penalty, wants to collaborate with the Belgian secret services, he said in an interview with VRT radio and television.

Public exposure to pesticides may be more widespread than suspected

Public exposure to pesticides may be more widespread than suspected

"Exposure to pesticides could be more considerable and widespread than suspected,” Wallonia’s Environment Minister Carlo Di Antonio said on Friday, announcing that a study had been launched to assess its extent.

Mobility Minister apologizes for comparing Brussels to a prostitute

Mobility Minister apologizes for comparing Brussels to a prostitute

Brussels Mobility Minister Pascal Smet has apologized for comparing Brussels to a prostitute, following angry reactions by the region’s politicians to his remarks, made in an audio interview with Politico magazine.

Government wants to slash Prince Laurent’s allowance by 15%

Government wants to slash Prince Laurent’s allowance by 15%

Belgium’s Government wants to slash the allowance of Prince Laurent by 15% as the penalty for his controversial participation in a reception at the Chinese Embassy, according to a spokesman of Prime Minister Charles Michel.

Council of ministers gives green light to new law on cameras

Council of ministers gives green light to new law on cameras

Belgium’s Council of Ministers gave the green light on Thursday to a new law on cameras, first approved in July 2016, Interior and Justice Ministers Jan Jambon and Koen Geens announced.

Euro 2020 would have earned Brussels up to 123 million euros - researcher calculates

Euro 2020 would have earned Brussels up to 123 million euros - researcher calculates

Hosting the Euro 2020 football tournament would have earned Brussels about 100.3 million to 123 million euros, l’Echo daily reported on Thursday, based on the memoir of a student of the Solvay Brussels School.

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