The budget deficit is set to reach 1.7% of GDP this year (€7.7 billion), according to calculations carried out by the Federal Planning Bureau, reported on Friday in De Tijd.
The jury at the Ghent Assize Court stated on Thursday evening that Hasan Iceloglu, aged 54, was guilty of the premeditated murder of Muzaffer Akkus in Temse in 2016.
The three parties in Belgium’s outgoing government have come up with a bill seeking to establish a government agency to control the production of cannabis for therapeutic use.
Internet search giant Google has rejected a request from the Belgian nuclear power regulator to blur out its satellite images of the country's nuclear power stations for security reasons.
The trial of Mehdi Nemmouche, accused of the attack on the Jewish museum in Brussels in May 2014 in which four people were shot dead, this week heard from a number of witnesses who testified that Nemmouche had taken part in atrocities while fighting in Syria on the side of…
"State Security is not monitoring the climate demonstrations and their organisers,” Justice Minister Koen Geens said on Wednesday in answer to a question from Groen (Green) legislator Stefaan Van Hecke at a parliamentary committee meeting.
Youth for Climate members are organizing a worldwide strike on Friday 15 March to demand better climate policies.

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Youth for Climate activists Charlier Adelaide and Louise Vanden Abeele react Thursday to Le Soir in response to what are considered to be disdainful judgmental messages showing on social networks for the last several days.
Over the past five years in Brussels, doctors starting a practice were more often foreigners.
The Flemish Christian democrat party CD&V has named Koen Van den Heuvel to replace Joke Schauvliege, who resigned on Tuesday. Van den Heuvel (pictured) will take over her portfolio of agriculture, nature and the environment once he is sworn in.