Climate law battle continues to rage in parliament

Climate law battle continues to rage in parliament

The tussle between supporters and detractors of the law on climate continued on Tuesday in the Belgian Chamber’s commission on constitutional revisions.

Evacuation in Ostend after WWII bomb found

Evacuation in Ostend after WWII bomb found

Two residential towers in the coastal city of Ostend were evacuated on Tuesday morning after a bomb was discovered on a construction site in the port.

Air sector fears reputational damage after Belgian strikes

Air sector fears reputational damage after Belgian strikes

Several players in the airline industry have expressed alarm after continued strike action has disturbed Skeyes, the body in charge of air traffic control in Belgium, for several weeks.

Two hundred climate activists spend the night on Place du Trône

Two hundred climate activists spend the night on Place du Trône

Around 200 activists from Occupy for Climate have spent a second consecutive night camped on the Place du Trône in Brussels, Greenpeace, said on Tuesday. 

ULB and VUB want to create a multilingual school in Brussels

ULB and VUB want to create a multilingual school in Brussels

The Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) and the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) want to open a multilingual school in Brussels in 2020.

Potentially deadly ​​virus puts unvaccinated Belgian dogs in danger

Potentially deadly ​​virus puts unvaccinated Belgian dogs in danger

The parvovirus - also known as 'dog typhoid fever' - could be on the rise in Belgium, according to reports.

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