Belgium’s army has deployed members of its new “trained reserve” for the first time in the streets of Brussels to support the Federal Police under an initiative dubbed Operation Vigilant Guardian (OVG).
To monitor the quality of Internet calls, telecom operator Proximus has listened to conversations of its customers. According to the Privacy Commission, this could be illegal, writes De Tijd on Tuesday.
Prime Minister Charles Michel has presented a formal proposal to the European Commission for the Arco file. The proposal has not been discussed in the government, reported De Tijd and L'Echo on Tuesday.
Fake information is difficult to ignore even when you know it is incorrect, according to a study led by Free University of Brussels (ULB) researchers.
Extending the duration of teacher training as proposed by the minister of higher education Jean-Claude Marcourt could cost more than € 1 billion, according to  calculations by the General Secretariat of Catholic Education (Segec).
The internal control system of the defense ministry could be "corrupted", according to the conclusions of a report written at Antwerp Management School.

New records in tourism in Flanders

Sunday, 15 April 2018 21:39
The tourism sector in Flanders has recovered from the 2016 crisis that was caused by the terrorist threat.
The Belgian secretary of state for asylum and migration Theo Francken (N-VA) wants the asylum policy to evolve towards a system with "zero asylum seekers in Brussels".
A young woman had recently to undergo a liver transplant because she had ingested too many pain killers. Doctors now warn against excessive use of paracetamol.
The dentist had initially worked in Namur but moved his clinic to the Ganshoren commune in Brussels in 2012.