Wednesday, 25 April 2018 08:42

Gaming Committee tackles video games

The Belgian gaming regulator threatens fines of up to € 1.6 million for a series of video games if they are not adapted, writes De Standaard on Wednesday.
Local police in Limburg Regio Hoofdstad (LRH – Limburg Capital Region) on Monday discovered and seized two bazookas and ammunition in an apartment building in Hasselt, the police announced.
Belgium’s federal government has not yet taken a stand on the opening by the European Union (EU) of negotiations with Albania, Prime Minister Charles Michel said on Monday after a meeting with his Albanian counterpart, Edi Rama.
Tuesday, 24 April 2018 16:33

Royal Circus reopens in September

The Royal Circus, currently under renovation, will reopen in September, the alderman in charge of housing management in the Brussels City Council, Mohamed Ouriaghli, said on Monday evening.
The bike is the quickest means of transport to go to a city centre from a peripheral town, during rush hour.
Just after arriving in New York for the UN General Assembly’s High-level Meeting on Peacebuilding and Sustaining Peace, King Philippe and Queen Mathilde, accompanied by Foreign Minister Didier Reynders, visited the Power and Grace Exposition, featuring paintings by Rubens, Van Dyck and Jordaens, at the Morgan Library & Museum.
Belgium is to release €26 million of humanitarian aid, bound for Syria and neighbouring states, in 2018.
The Cayman tax, which targets the sums that Belgians have placed in tax havens, only brought in €5 million last year - a mere one-hundreth of the €510 million which the Finance Minister, Johan van Overtveldt, had forecast in the 2017 budget.
It is unacceptable for citizens to suffer the consequences of operational issues within the Directorate General (DG) for Disabled Persons.
Being 23% comprised of green spaces, Brussels scoops 27th place amongst the rankings of the greenest cities, drawn up by the Dutch holiday booking site TravelBird.
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