The theory exam for the driver’s license looks more like a disguised language test than an assessment of knowledge of the traffic code for people who do not speak the language of the test, the Professional Union of Sworn Translators and Interpreters, Uptia, said in a press release on Friday.

Sunny and up to 27 degrees on Friday

Friday, 20 April 2018 13:51
The weather remains dry and sunny on Friday. Temperatures can reach 27 degrees Celcius in Brussels and the Ardennes region according to the Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium.
The Dutch manufacturer 2GetThere will make the first self-driving electric bus for Brussels Airport in Zaventem.
Lecturers managed by the transport and urban design specialist, Dirk Lauwers have a brief, on behalf of the developer of the Ghelamco plan, to produce a study on the national stadium project in Heysel Parking C.

Two Sudanese refugees deported from Belgium

Thursday, 19 April 2018 08:05
The last two Sudanese nationals detained in closed centers who had been screened by officials from Khartoum were expelled Wednesday night.

Shift to riskier investments in Belgium

Thursday, 19 April 2018 07:46
The federal government has reoriented savings in Belgium towards riskier investments.
Overpopulation, the shortage of resources and the non-entry into force of the entire set of rules on prison administration are leading to “ever more difficult” detention conditions in Saint-Gilles prison.
A work by the Finnish artist, Kaarina Kaikkonen, was unveiled on Tuesday at the end of the day, on the lift in the Brussels Les Marolles district.
Three companies have sold a component which can be used to produce the nerve agent sarin to Syrian companies with the approval of the Belgian customs that apparently did not enforce a ban in force since 2014.
The number of Walloon job seekers who find work in Flanders increased sharply last year, reported De Tijd onWednesday.