Climate change continues to affect nature in Flanders

Climate change continues to affect nature in Flanders

The yearly report by the Flemish Forest and Nature Research Institute (Instituut voor Natuur-en-Bosonderzoek) was published on Friday.

The Federation of Jewish organisations has asked Bruges FC to put a stop to anti-Semitic chanting

The Federation of Jewish organisations has asked Bruges FC to put a stop to anti-Semitic chanting

The Belgian Federation of Jewish Organisations (CCOJB) has written to the management of Bruges FC football club, to ask them to make sure anti-Semitic chants are not used on the stands.

Air pollution in Brussels – the courts rule in favour of the Brussels region with regards to checks

Air pollution in Brussels – the courts rule in favour of the Brussels region with regards to checks

The Brussels Court of First Instance has ruled in favour of the Brussels Air Quality Control body.

Belgian researcher leaves to study space travel in Antarctica

Belgian researcher leaves to study space travel in Antarctica

One might think that nothing can be further apart than space and Antarctica but it appears that living conditions may be very similar.

Belgian ISIS fighter jailed in Iraq wants to cooperate with Belgian intelligence

Belgian ISIS fighter jailed in Iraq wants to cooperate with Belgian intelligence

Tarik Jadaoun, a Belgian jihadi fighter linked to the Islamic State (ISIS) terror group and imprisoned in Iraq, where he risks the death penalty, wants to collaborate with the Belgian secret services, he said in an interview with VRT radio and television.

Public exposure to pesticides may be more widespread than suspected

Public exposure to pesticides may be more widespread than suspected

"Exposure to pesticides could be more considerable and widespread than suspected,” Wallonia’s Environment Minister Carlo Di Antonio said on Friday, announcing that a study had been launched to assess its extent.

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