One in three Flemish primary school teachers question their own mastery of French language

One in three Flemish primary school teachers question their own mastery of French language

The 2017 Annual Report of the Flemish School Inspection Service is now available. It indicates that a third of Flemish primary school teachers say that they do not have sufficient mastery of French.

Three quarters of young Europeans believe that society is enriched by immigration

Three quarters of young Europeans believe that society is enriched by immigration

While populism and nationalism are gaining ground throughout the world, European youth tend to want to open their arms to immigration.

Speed restriction: judges will now base judgements for speeding on the corrected speed

Speed restriction: judges will now base judgements for speeding on the corrected speed

The police courts will have to take account of the "corrected speed" of speeding drivers and not of the speeds measured when they are caught, according to a recent judgment of the Court of Cassation, reported Het Laatste Nieuws and De Morgen on Tuesday.

Fight against IS: Belgian F-16s did not participate in Mosul bloodshed

Fight against IS: Belgian F-16s did not participate in Mosul bloodshed

Belgian F-16s played no part in the bloody air strike conducted by the anti-Islamic State coalition (IS) on March 17th in Mosul, Iraq's second city.

Tenth baby left in “baby cot” in Antwerp

Tenth baby left in “baby cot” in Antwerp

A newborn was left in the so-called “baby cot” owned by the charity Mothers for Mothers in Antwerp this winter.

Memorial day for Armenian genocide in Brussels

Memorial day for Armenian genocide in Brussels

A memorial day for the Armenian genocide opened at 11 a.m. yesterday (Monday).

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