The federal prosecutor’s office is almost ready with its report on an incident of hacking of Proximus in 2013, for which it claims British intelligence was responsible.
If certain European Union (EU) countries keep opposing any type of solidarity on the issue of taking in refugees and asylum seekers, the Schengen Zone and free movement of persons will be endangered, Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel warned at a dinner with his European peers on Wednesday night.
A revolver bullet was posted in August in the letterbox of the Democratic, Federalist Independent (Défi) party in Namur, Yves Dupuy, head of the party’s list in Namur for the upcoming municipal elections, said on Tuesday, confirming a report by the Sudpresse group.
Five communes in the periphery of Brussels have filed suit for a fine of €50,000 a week to be levied after a planned summit on the question broke down.

The village that doesn’t have to vote

Monday, 17 September 2018 08:59
In just under a month, on 14 October, the country will go to the polls to elect their local authority representatives – with one exception.
Belgian prime minister wants to consult with his colleagues in the Benelux countries before taking a decision on scrapping the changing of the clocks between summer and winter.
Sven Gatz, minister in the Flemish government for culture, youth and Brussels, has spoken of the years he spent fighting depression – a battle that goes on still with the help of medication.
Once every six years, Belgium holds municipal elections throughout the country. On 14 October, this will happen again, including in the nineteen communes of the Region of Brussels-Capital. Foreign residents often ask why one needs these nineteen communes. Would it not be better for Brussels to form a single commune?
A candidate on the Antwerp CD&V list was arrested for drug trafficking, after 3 kg of heroin had been found in a car he was driving, Het Nieuwsblad, De Standaard, the Gazet van Antwerpen and Het Belang van Limburg report Monday.
“We are meeting in the polling booth on the 14th of October to sanction this government’s anti-social policy and to shake up local politics,” the President of the Belgian PTB Peter Mertens said when closing the Manifiesta festival on Sunday.