Bomb dismantled safely at Brussels Airport

Wednesday, 22 August 2018 10:05
A bomb from the Second World War was discovered on Tuesday at Brussels Airport at Zaventem.
As of next September, the military will progressively put an end to their patrols in train and metro stations, indicated Sunday evening VTM.
Seven people were injured in the centre of Brussels on Friday involving a police vehicle.
Flemish Mobility Minister Ben Weyts on Friday launched work on the bicycle path along the Albert-I-laan in Vilvorde.
Brussels metro services 2 and 6 are now fully operational, following closure of parts of the line yesterday. Metro station Yser has also re-opened.
Around 30 Ryanair pilots held a “sit-in” at Charleroi Airport on Friday morning.
The square in front of the Justice Palace in Brussels could one day feature a giant mirror-pool, according to the city councillor in charge of town planning, Geoffroy Coomans, interviewed in La Capitale.

Parks, cemeteries will be closed on Thursday

Wednesday, 08 August 2018 17:00
Parks and cemeteries managed by the City of Brussels will be closed to the public from noon on Thursday due to the stormy winds forecast by the Royal Meteorological Service (IRM).
The Brussels Fire Brigade conducted 115 interventions linked to overnight thunderstorms from Tuesday night to Wednesday morning, the service’s spokesman, Walter Derieuw, said on Wednesday.
Two young women who attended the Tomorrowland Festival in Boom were taken to hospital after consuming drugs and died a few days later, the VRT TV station reported on Saturday evening, quoting well informed sources.