Police to take action soon in Maximilian Park, Jan Jambon warns

Police to take action soon in Maximilian Park, Jan Jambon warns

The police in Brussels will intervene in the next few days to stem the influx of migrants in the Gare du Nord neighbourhood, Interior Minister Jan Jambon told a parliamentary commission on Wednesday.

Bad weather injures many in Flanders

Bad weather injures many in Flanders

Bad weather has injured many persons, one of them seriously, in Flanders, and relief services there have been overwhelmed by calls, mostly about fallen trees and damaged roofs and tiles.

The King gives speech at the Royal Palace

The King gives speech at the Royal Palace

On Thursday, King Philippe declared in a speech his desire for the largest number of people possible to benefit from Belgium’s return to economic growth.

Belgium misses annual target for reducing non-industrial emissions

Belgium misses annual target for reducing non-industrial emissions

Recent definitive data have just been produced around greenhouse gas emissions.

Flu passes epidemic threshold for the first time

Flu passes epidemic threshold for the first time

Between the 8th and 14th of January, 160 out of every 100,000 inhabitants of Belgium consulted a general practitioner because of a flu syndrome, a ratio that is slightly above the epidemic threshold of 141 consultations per 100,000 inhabitants, the Scientific Institute of Public Health, ISP disclosed on Wednesday.

EU must not help dictators spy on their own citizens

EU must not help dictators spy on their own citizens

Human rights may now be invoked to strengthen control over the export of Internet surveillance data from the European Union (EU).

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