National Day – more than 230 000 people attended the festivities in Brussels

National Day – more than 230 000 people attended the festivities in Brussels

More than 230 000 attended Friday in the National Day festivities in Brussels, according to a press communique by Brussels police spoke-person Ilse Van de Keere.

Overflying in Brussels: the court partly ratifies prohibitory injunction against noise nuisance

Overflying in Brussels: the court partly ratifies prohibitory injunction against noise nuisance

The Civil Section of the Brussels Court of First Instance held partially in favour of the region and the Brussels communes, in their environmental prohibitory nuisance injunctions.

Reynders concerned by arrest of human rights activists in Turkey

Reynders concerned by arrest of human rights activists in Turkey

The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Didier Reynders, called on Thursday for Turkish authorities to end prosecutions “immediately and unconditionally” against eleven human rights militants.

National Day - Google puts on its very best Belgian finery for July 21st

National Day - Google puts on its very best Belgian finery for July 21st

Internet users in Belgium surfing the Web today (July 21st), and specifically google.be, will not see the celebrated usual logo of the Internet giant which they are used to.

NGOs request creation of Reception and Guidance Centre in Brussels

NGOs request creation of Reception and Guidance Centre in Brussels

In Brussels, at least 300 migrants are once again camping in the Gare du Nord and Parc Maximilien district.

Airbnb take proceedings duty to provide information introduced by Brussels regional government

Airbnb take proceedings duty to provide information introduced by Brussels regional government

The community platform for renting specific accommodation, Airbnb, has decided to take proceedings with the Constitutional Court, through its European parent, Airbnb Ireland UC.

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