Transatlantic free trade - Magnette threatens to activate treaty suspension clause

Transatlantic free trade - Magnette threatens to activate treaty suspension clause

The Walloon Minister-President, Paul Magnette, announced his current proposal at the end of yesterday (Thursday).

Belgium underwrites 469 million euros in new ESA programmes

Belgium underwrites 469 million euros in new ESA programmes

Belgium will underwrite today (Friday), in the second day of the European Space Summit held in Lucerne (Switzerland), the sum of 469 million euros in new European Space Agency (ESA) programmes.

Charles Michel calls Prince Laurent to order after Prince makes Sri Lanka “error”

Charles Michel calls Prince Laurent to order after Prince makes Sri Lanka “error”

The Prime Minister, Charles Michel, "called [Prince Laurent] to order" on Thursday in the Lower Chamber, declaring him guilty of an “error”.

No imprisonment if prisons lack space

No imprisonment if prisons lack space

Experts advising Minister Koen Geens (CD&V) on the justice system reform have proposed limiting the number of suspects under preventive custody, according to a report investigated by De Standaard.

Presumed sexual assault at St-Gilles Prison: agent conditionally freed

Presumed sexual assault at St-Gilles Prison: agent conditionally freed

In the investigation initiated due to an alleged sexual assault committed by a staff member against a prisoner at Saint-Gilles, the suspect has been conditionally freed, although he still faces charges, announced the Prosecutor’s Office of Brussels.

Local beer recognized as UNESCO world heritage – will now be offered at municipal receptions

Local beer recognized as UNESCO world heritage – will now be offered at municipal receptions

The City of Brussels will from now on offer Brussels beers at town hall receptions, announced Thursday Tourism Alderman Philippe Close and Mayor Yvan Mayeur (PS).

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