C0² emissions will increase by 50% between now and 2030 if the nuclear power stations close

C0² emissions will increase by 50% between now and 2030 if the nuclear power stations close

The closure of the Belgian nuclear power stations could lead to a 50% increase in CO² emissions from energy production between now and 2030.

The Director of the Great Mosque in Brussels wants to request its recognition

The Director of the Great Mosque in Brussels wants to request its recognition

On Saturday the Director of the Brussels Great Mosque, Tarner Abou el Saod, told the television news program Eén that he was ready to request its official recognition by the Belgian state.

“May-Day” named the winner at the Louvain short film festival

The film “May-Day” by Brussels duo Felix De Beul and Olivier Magis was handed three awards during the closing ceremony for the Louvain short film festival on Saturday evening.

Germany gives Queen Mathilde an award for her work in sustainable development

Germany gives Queen Mathilde an award for her work in sustainable development

Queen Mathilde was in Düsseldorf on Friday evening, to receive a German special award for her work in sustainable development (Deutscher Nachhaltigkeitspreis).

Brussels Airport will beat its record with 24.5 million passengers

Brussels Airport will beat its record with 24.5 million passengers

Brussels Airport will beat its 2015 record with 24.5 million passengers this year.

Belgium loses its crown as heaviest EU taxer

Belgium loses its crown as heaviest EU taxer

Belgium has lost its gold medal for the heaviest tax burden in Europe, according to the latest figures from the European statistical office, Eurostat.

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