Belgium gets its first greenhouse home

Wednesday, 14 November 2018 16:35
Belgium’s first greenhouse home was inaugurated on Wednesday in Rekkem, Western Flanders, by the Flemish environmental association Bond Beter Leefmilieu.
A crowdlending campaign has, for the first time, raised a total of €1.5 million in Belgium.
L'Echo and De Tijd are reporting, on Wednesday, that the federal Minister for the Self-employed Denis Ducarme wishes to implement paternity leave provision.
A 36-year-old man from Koekelberg in Brussels is in custody charged with severely injuring his three-month-old daughter by throwing her violently to the floor when she would not stop crying and refused to take her bottle.
Filip Dewinter, parliamentary leader of the far-right Vlaams Belang, has denied regular meetings with a man suspected of being a Chinese spy.
A Flemish court last week upheld a complaint by the parents of a handicapped child who was turned away from his primary school in Antwerp Province despite legislation in Flanders on inclusive education.
Salah and Brahim Abdeslam, and Ahmad Dahmani had created fake Facebook accounts to communicate and begin organising their future terror attacks, according to information in L’Express confirmed on Tuesday on Twitter by Terrorism Analysis Centre Chief Jean-Charles Brisard.
The confirmation by the European manager of Alibaba that the Chinese e-commerce giant will indeed set up its leading European hub in Liège is “a significant delivery” of the strategy of the Liège region.
A few weeks before taking legal action, Delphine Boël turned down an amicable resolution.

7% of future mothers take dangerous medicines

Tuesday, 13 November 2018 13:08
Eight out of ten women consume medicines prescribed and reimbursed during their pregnancy.