Teacher shortage costs secondary students two hours of classes per week

Teacher shortage costs secondary students two hours of classes per week

An average 6% of classes in secondary schools were not taught in the 2017-2018 academic year due to a lack of teachers, La Libre reported on Friday.

Aalst Carnival faces removal from world heritage list

Aalst Carnival faces removal from world heritage list

The possible removal of the Aalst Carnival from the list of UNESCO world heritage sites will be examined in December, following the controversy sparked by floats denounced as anti-Semitic, the UN body said on Friday.

Docks shopping centre wants rid of cinema complex

Docks shopping centre wants rid of cinema complex

The management of the Docks Bruxsel shopping centre in Schaerbeek has applied to the commercial court in Brussels to have the White Cinema evicted.

Brussels 'Zinne' local currency launched

Brussels 'Zinne' local currency launched

A new Brussels local currency - the Zinne, launched on Friday - has set out to stimulate local and responsible consumption in the city. 

Neurosurgeon found guilty of murdering her daughter: five years suspended

Neurosurgeon found guilty of murdering her daughter: five years suspended

A neurosurgeon who was found guilty of the murder of her 14-year-old daughter walked free from prison this morning after receiving a five-year suspended sentence yesterday from a court in Leuven.

Terrorist attacks three years ago today: reactions of victims

Terrorist attacks three years ago today: reactions of victims

Exactly three years ago today, two bombs exploded at Brussels Airport; an hour later, another bomb exploded on board a metro train in Maalbeek station.

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