Exhibition on war and peace in Europe

Tuesday, 18 September 2018 14:30
The House of European History in Brussels opens today an exhibition called ”Unheard Traces” where young people display their views on war and peace. But not only that: space is provided for the visitors to contribute to the exhibition.
The man who stabbed a policeman on Monday morning on the Chaussée d'Anvers in Brussels has been identified.
The State Secretary for Road safety, Bianca Debaets, went to Slow Village late Sunday morning.
The Rector of KU Leuven, Luc Sels, intends to send an e-mail to all students enrolled for the new academic year.
The head of the Brussels public transport company, STIB, Brieuc De Meeùs, and Brussels Mobility Minister Pascal Smet on Tuesday presented the first standard-sized electric bus that will be used on the company’s network from 1 October.
From now on, municipalities will have to pay for the removal of abandoned waste from drug production.
Hundreds of people met on Place Poelaert in Brussels on Sunday morning, to protest against hatred, racism and Islamophobia.

Skateboarder is latest publicist for Brussels

Sunday, 09 September 2018 17:01
A spectacular video made by skater and skateboard artist Jose Angeles has become the latest sensation on social media to promote the sight of Brussels.
Shared mobility will be the central theme of Mobility Week in Brussels, which starts on Sunday 16 September and ends on Saturday 22 September.
Luxembourg will make use of Belgian expertise as regards storage of nuclear waste.