A Moroccan asylum seeker will file a complaint on Thursday against the Immigration Office claiming that she was held unlawfully in a closed center.
Belgian pensions minister Daniel Bacquelaine plans to introduce a 20-year transition period for military personnel, train drivers and railway workers with regard to raising their legal pension age to 67.
The victims of the terrorist attacks on 22 March 2016 and more particularly those who did not end up in hospital feel completely abandoned by the authorities.
The federal agency for food safety (Afsca) is under fire from critics in connection with the meat scandal at Veviba.
In Belgium, few people really understand what terrorism is and how to treat victims, says V-Europe, an association which brings together some 200 people affected by the terrorist attacks in Brussels on March 22, 2016.
For a number of years middle class residents have been observed leaving the Belgian capital to live further out in the periphery.
The City of Brussels has decided to name two streets in Tivoli (Laeken) after women who were resistance fighters during the Second World War.

12 year old meat exported to Kosovo

Tuesday, 13 March 2018 09:01
Meat that was exported from the Belgian slaughterhouse Veviba to Kosovo was sometimes 12 years old, reports Het Laatste Nieuws on Tuesday.

More want teleworking in Belgium

Tuesday, 13 March 2018 08:40
A survey of 2,000 Belgian employees indicates that about one third of those who do not currently work at home (at least one day a week) would like to do it but lack authorization by their employers.

Gender pay gap among lawyers in Brussels

Monday, 12 March 2018 09:05
Male lawyers earn on average twice as much as female lawyers according to a study by the Perelman Center of the Faculty of Law and Criminology at ULB.