Flemish Court rules against school for turning away handicapped child

Flemish Court rules against school for turning away handicapped child

A Flemish court last week upheld a complaint by the parents of a handicapped child who was turned away from his primary school in Antwerp Province despite legislation in Flanders on inclusive education.

Abdeslam brothers used fake Facebook accounts to organise terror attacks

Abdeslam brothers used fake Facebook accounts to organise terror attacks

Salah and Brahim Abdeslam, and Ahmad Dahmani had created fake Facebook accounts to communicate and begin organising their future terror attacks, according to information in L’Express confirmed on Tuesday on Twitter by Terrorism Analysis Centre Chief Jean-Charles Brisard.

Discreet mediation between Delphine Boël and Albert II failed in 2013

Discreet mediation between Delphine Boël and Albert II failed in 2013

A few weeks before taking legal action, Delphine Boël turned down an amicable resolution.

7% of future mothers take dangerous medicines

7% of future mothers take dangerous medicines

Eight out of ten women consume medicines prescribed and reimbursed during their pregnancy.

Red Cross to sell 100,000 books to help the needy

Red Cross to sell 100,000 books to help the needy

The Red Cross will hold a big, second-hand book sale at its headquarters in Brussels from 13 to 18 November, offering the public over 100,000 used books at prices as low as 10 cents.

Police step up activities in Brussels North

Police step up activities in Brussels North

Increased police presence in the area around Brussels-North Station has led to the arrest of over 40 criminals in four months, the Brussels-North police reported on Monday.

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