Charles Michel very pleased to have obtained clarifications on the Tobin tax

Charles Michel very pleased to have obtained clarifications on the Tobin tax

Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel is "very satisfied" with the clarifications he obtained on Friday concerning the tax on financial transactions (known as the Tobin tax) with his European colleagues.

European summit - the decision to relocate the two European agencies will be taken in November

European summit - the decision to relocate the two European agencies will be taken in November

It will be known next November when the two European agencies based in London will be relocated.

A new app called "112" will help locate people in distress

A new app called "112" will help locate people in distress

A "112 BE" application has been available since Friday. It allows the location of any citizen who uses it to make calls by ambulances, the fire department or the police.

Beer not just enjoyed at home or in a café

Beer not just enjoyed at home or in a café

Beer is Belgians’ preferred drink in cafés or at home. However it also meets with increasing success on the least expected occasions.

Terrorist incident at Brussels Central Station: perpetrator’s family say he was not radicalised

Terrorist incident at Brussels Central Station: perpetrator’s family say he was not radicalised

The family of Oussama Zariouh do not want to believe that the latter was proposing to carry out an attack.

Federal Public Prosecutor wishes to make visits to jihadist websites a criminal offence

Federal Public Prosecutor wishes to make visits to jihadist websites a criminal offence

De Standaard is reporting today that after the failed attack at Brussels Central Station, the Federal Public Prosecutor, Frédéric Van Leeuw, is arguing that visiting jihadist websites should be made a criminal offence.

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