Archaeologists from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KU Leuven) in collaboration with the Turkish University of Burdur have reconstituted the faces of a man and woman from Sagalassos, an ancient city in southwest Turkey.
The language skills of college students are declining, according to research by Odisee, reported by De Standaard on Monday.
Poor-quality drinking water and late or partial payment of wages are among the substandard working conditions faced by crews on international ships and denounced by trade unions at a protest on Monday in the Port of Ghent.
In five Flemish train stations, there will no longer be personnel of the Belgian railway company NMBS/SNCB on the platforms, to make up for the shortage of staff in larger stations.
Two new victims of Legionella bacteria have been reported in the canal area in Ghent, bringing the number to 23, the Flemish health agency Zorg en Gezondheid said on Monday.
Several Italian trade unions have called on pilots, and cabin and ground crew, to put down their work on Tuesday.
The Belgian federal police’s special units on Monday inaugurated their new, state-of-the-art training centre, an EU-backed project aimed at better fighting terrorism and organised crime.
Theo Francken, a Flemish nationalist candidate in Belgium’s parliamentary elections, said that if Sunday’s vote confirmed a trend of partisan differences between the country’s regions, confederalism would have to be put on the negotiating table.
The Flemish nationalist party N-VA is losing a lot of votes in the province of Limburg, mostly in favour of the more far-right Vlaams Belang, according to a poll by newspaper Het Belang van Limburg.
The child pornography trial against Belgian actor Guy Van Sande (56), in which he is accused of spreading, owning and producing child pornography, cannot start on Wednesday, because there are too few judges.