Third or fourth? The point may not be important for some, who even say that there is no sense in imposing this match on teams traumatised by their semi-final failure. 
On Sunday, the Red Devils will be welcomed at 12.30 p.m. at the Palais Royal in Laeken, when they return from participating in the football World Cup in Russia.
The ongoing dry weather across the country presents the agricultural sector with a serious problem of reduced harvest which could still be felt as far away as Christmas, sectoral organisations have warned.
Belgium’s police forces are discouraged from taking action for fear of possible complaints and associated sanctions, according to an audit of the police in Leuven revealed to Het Laatste Nieuws.
The chance that Belgium will approve a second naturist beach at the coast became less likely after a report by the Flemish Agency for Nature and Woodland, which said that the activities of naturists could be a risk to a rare bird.
On the fringe of NATO’s summit, Defense Minister Steven Vandeput signed with other countries two joint purchasing agreements for ammunition intended for the Belgian Army’s land and naval units, he stipulated Thursday.
The Monitoring Committee Report — set up to elaborate next year’s initial budget — estimates the necessary effort for 2019 at 2.6 billion euros, considering the fixed objectives, stated Wednesday evening the federal Minister of Budget Sophie Wilmès (MR), on the basis of the said report.
On Wednesday, Walloon Brabant criminal court condemned Henrik T., an Albanian national, homeless in Belgium, born 31 December 1986, to a thirty-month suspended sentence and a fine of 8,000 euros.
The 350-euro incentive granted to any jobseeker who successfully completes training for a labour-strapped profession goes into effect on the 1st of September, Wallonia’s Labour Minister, Pierre-Yves Jeholet, announced on Thursday at the end of a meeting of the Walloon Government.
Belgium has confirmed its commitment to gradually increase defence spending to meet the 2%-of-GDP target set by NATO - and stressed insistently by U.S. President Donald Trump - but has not set a timeline, Prime Minister Charles Michel indicated on Thursday.