Second consecutive day fine particle threshold exceeded in Flanders

Second consecutive day fine particle threshold exceeded in Flanders

Increased concentrations of fine particles were measured in the atmospheric air yesterday (Thursday) in Flanders.

Brussels attacks: Prime Minister to meet victims

The Prime Minister, Charles Michel, will soon receive a delegation of victims from the March 22nd Brussels attacks, in the presence of the Minister of Justice and the Health Minister.

Jean-Michel Saive wants to take table tennis to the next level

Jean-Michel Saive wants to take table tennis to the next level

“I have a clear vision to take our sport to the next level,” Jean-Michel Saive, aged 47, stated yesterday (Thursday). He was speaking at the Belgian Inter-federal Olympic Committee (the COIB), where he officially announced his candidacy for the President of the International Table Tennis Federation (the ITTF).

Belgian banks invest 36 billion dollars in controversial mines

Belgian banks invest 36 billion dollars in controversial mines

Banks active in the Belgian market invested nearly 36 billion dollars (34 billion euros) between 2011 and 2016 in controversial mining exploitations. This is the finding of the NGOs 11.11.11 and Broederlijk Delen et Fairfin.

Nuclear power station safety: German nuclear watchdog examines case of Tihange

Nuclear power station safety: German nuclear watchdog examines case of Tihange

The concern of the German border communes located close to the nuclear reactor Tihange 2, the tank for which is showing signs of micro-cracking, has now gone as far as Berlin.

Increasing numbers of students receive support funding

Increasing numbers of students receive support funding

Increasing numbers of French-speaking students now receive support funding from their institution.

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