The former Delwaidedok in the port of Antwerp should be renamed Bevrijdingsdok (Liberation Dock), the city council has advised the Port Authority.
The Flemish government will not accredit any new mosques in the region for the next five years, according to home affairs minister Liesbeth Homans.
Belgium, along with many other member states, will be allowed to increase state aid to farmers in times of crisis without seeking specific EU approval, the European Commission (EC) announced today.
"People say we’re hopeful, hopeful that youth save the world. But we are not," the Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg said today in Brussels.
"Charles Michel puts the interests of Mouvement Réformateur (MR) before those of all Belgians,” cdH legislator Catherine Fonck charged on Monday, after the liberals announced that the Prime Minister would now chair the party.
Despite being in favour of withdrawing nationality from ISIS Belgian jihadists with dual nationality, the N-VA recognises that this "does not solve everything," former Interior Minister, Jan Jambon said on the Flemish De Ochtend (Radio 1).
The first poll of the year, done for Le Soir, RTL-TVI, VTM and Het Laatste Nieuws, has confirmed the “Green wave” sweeping the country.
The action plan drawn up by minister Maggie De Block (Open Vld), the follow-up to Theo Francken’s (N-VA) plan “to take back control of the asylum problem,” was approved by the Minister’s Council on Friday.
Belgian military intelligence made at least two approaches to the regime of Bashar al-Assad in Syria in 2016, without the knowledge of the minister who oversaw the service, it was revealed by De Morgen newspaper.

Delphine Boël demands DNA test

Friday, 15 February 2019 09:57
Delphine Boël’s counsel wants Brussels Court of Appeal to compel King Albert II to submit to a DNA test at the earliest, failing which he would be fined 5,000 euros per day of delay, Le Soir said.