Four activists from Australia, South Africa and the UK embarked on an HIV awareness walk from Brussels Grand Place Sunday morning.
The Instruction judge in the Sofie Muylle case has also applied rape, torture and assault charges, according to the Bruges branch of the Western Flanders Prosecutor’s office.
Archaeologists at Wijtschate in West Flanders have uncovered the remains of 128 World War One fallen, among them French, German and British soldiers who died on Hill 80, a German bastion.
Nine people were injured when a naked truck driver ploughed through parked and moving vehicles in Bierbeek near Leuven on Friday.
The two rulings handed down by the lower court in Ghent against banning the burkini in swimming pools are a first and thus constitute a precedent, the Interfederal Centre for Equal Opportunities, UNIA, stressed on Friday.
Belgium’s Federal Agency for Nuclear Control (FANC) maintains its position that the safety of the Tihange 2 and Doel 3 nuclear reactors is guaranteed, a spokesman for the nuclear watchdog stated on Friday.
The Mediahuis publications are reporting on Friday that in two judgments, the Court in Ghent overturned the prohibition of the burkini.
In the past three years, nine Europeans have died after having eaten frozen vegetables from the Belgian fruit and vegetable supplier, Greenyard.
A computer bug forced the European Commission to cancel the call for applications, with a view to the installation of free Wi-Fi in European towns and villages.
The Secretary of State for Equal Opportunities, Zuhal Demir, said on Wednesday that she wanted the possibility of banning burkinis from swimming pools to be studied.