The Liège Public Prosecutor’s Office indicated, on Tuesday morning, that around twenty people were arrested for questioning on Monday in the Liège region.
Amnesty International has indicated that more than 50,000 signatures, against arms exports to countries guilty of human rights violations, were delivered on Tuesday morning in Namur to the Walloon Minister-President, Willy Borsus.
Tuesday, 16 October 2018 14:47

Instant payments postponed until January

Contrary to promises, Belgian banks will not be ready to start instant payments in November.
It emerges, on Tuesday, in the latest Baromètre des Notaires, that the average house price in Belgium increased by 2.7% during the last quarter to €257,452.
Tuesday, 16 October 2018 13:04

Ghost driver causes accident on E42 highway

A ghost driver set out on the E42 motorway in Fleurus on Monday evening.
The Brussels Local Government Regional Public Service is indicating that no less than 100,789 Brusselers did not go to their local polling station on Sunday.
Austrian artist Peter Khol will exhibit his works for the first time in Belgium.
One year after its launch, the European Battery Alliance is on its way to become a lead player in battery innovation and manufacturing and is building the first pilot production facilities. The crucial raw materials for the production, such as lithium and cobalt, are however still in the ground and will have to be imported.
The parliamentary assembly of the Council of Europe called last week on Russia to hand over the wreckage of the Polish Air Force Tu-154 to Poland without further delay and urged both countries to engage in international mediation on the issue.
German carmaker BMW has created a vehicle battery recycling venture with Belgian materials and recycling firm Umicore and the Swedish company, Northvolt.
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