The president of the French-speaking Brussels Court of First Instance, Luc Hennart, said at a press conference on Monday that Belgium and France would need to discuss where Abdeslam Salah will serve his sentence.
Belgium’s oldest woman, Madeleine Dullier, died in Courcelles on the 20th of April, just days before she would have been 111 years old, the Belgian correspondent of the Gerontology Research Group, Anthony Croes-Lacroix, has confirmed.
The Commission for Investigating Corruption Allegations, targeting those MPs elected to or formerly elected to the Parliamentary Assembly for the Council of Europe (“the PACE”), has established “a strong suspicion” regarding several such individuals.
A student from Sint-Truiden, who is approximately 20, and an occasional Scout leader, has been identified by the police as being at the root of an exchange forum of photos of 142 young naked women.
As has been tradition for a century, the Royal Glasshouses in Laeken have reopened to the public for the period of around three weeks, from Saturday April 21st until Friday May 11th.
In 2017, 618 unaccompanied migrant minors went missing in Belgium.
Due to the hot weather expected over the weekend, SNCB has announced they will run extra trains to the Belgian coast.
The sausages concerned have been sold in about 30 stores throughout Belgium.
Nine fighters and recruiters of the Maaseik network were sentenced on Friday to terms ranging from a three-year suspended sentence to 10 years in prison by the Brussels Correctional Court.
On Friday, the Brussels Court of Appeal sentenced Hicham Diop to 15 years in prison, for having attempted to kill two policemen in Schaerbeek in October 2016.