Belgian justice authorities consult Dexia clients' Panama papers

Belgian justice authorities consult Dexia clients' Panama papers

Two years after the first Panama papers were leaked, Belgian justice authorities have had access for the first time to some 11 million documents from the Mossack Fonseca Panamanian cabinet, Le Soir and De Tijd newspapers, and Knack magazine reported on Thursday.

World Music Day, a French tradition that has gone international

World Music Day, a French tradition that has gone international

The Fête de la Musique is being celebrated today, Thursday, in Belgium, concurrently with the French and other editions of the festival, also known as World Music Day.

RTBF reporters arrested at refugee centre demo

RTBF reporters arrested at refugee centre demo

Two reporters and three technical staff of the French-speaking public broadcaster RTBF were arrested yesterday while reporting on a demonstration against a new centre for refugees in Steenokkerzeel outside Brussels.

Restored World War I tram returns to Brussels Tram Museum

Restored World War I tram returns to Brussels Tram Museum

A 1914 tram returned to the Brussels Tram Museum on Wednesday after being restored in France over a period of one year.

Consumption of Belgian beer shrinks at home but soars abroad

Consumption of Belgian beer shrinks at home but soars abroad

The consumption of locally made beer in Belgium slid by 1.6% in 2017, compared to the previous year, but exports of Belgian brews soared by a whopping 8.7%, according to figures released on Wednesday by the Federation of Belgian Brewers.

Minister and six-month-old child received death threats

Minister and six-month-old child received death threats

A government minister has reported receiving death threats, together with her six-month-old daughter.

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