Criminals released from detention centers

Monday, 17 September 2018 16:27
If it's proven that people with a criminal record were released last week from undocumented people's detention centers in order to make room for migrants in transit, the incident will remain isolated, affirmed Monday Secretary of State for Asylum and Migration Theo Francken on Radio 1.

The village that doesn’t have to vote

Monday, 17 September 2018 08:59
In just under a month, on 14 October, the country will go to the polls to elect their local authority representatives – with one exception.

Builders’ unions refuse to accept spy-camera

Monday, 17 September 2018 08:40
Unions representing construction workers have said they will refuse to accept a new on-site camera which can tell when a worker is not wearing the regulation helmet.
King Philippe, Queen Mathilde and their youngest two children Princess Eléonore and Prince Emmanuel cycled to the Tanners Workshop in Brussels on Sunday afternoon.
There was a memorial service on Sunday for the Jews that were aboard two convoys that passed through Langdorp, a section of the Brabant town of Aarschot.
The husband of Sylviane Finck, a Belgian teacher who disappeared in the US in 2011, has been arrested in Mexico.
CBC says a man was charged with murder on Saturday, following the death of a Belgian tourist in British Columbia (West Canada) at the end of August.
Belgian prime minister wants to consult with his colleagues in the Benelux countries before taking a decision on scrapping the changing of the clocks between summer and winter.
As Mobility Week kicks off with Car-Free Sunday, the Flemish government’s traffic centre has revealed record numbers of traffic jams in the region (which includes the Brussels Ring) last year.
Sven Gatz, minister in the Flemish government for culture, youth and Brussels, has spoken of the years he spent fighting depression – a battle that goes on still with the help of medication.