The wildlife health monitoring network in Wallonia on Friday confirmed three new cases of African swine fever found in dead wild boars.
A man who escaped from Lantin Prison around a year ago was involved in a serious road accident in Ohey at about 6.00 a.m. on Friday, according to the Office of the Public Prosecutor of Namur.
Air Belgium will announce the end of its flights between Charleroi and Hong Kong, according to the newspaper, L’Avenir.
Archaeological digs will resume on the megalithic site of Wéris (in the municipality of Durbuy), listed in 1974 and placed on the List of Exceptional Heritage Sites in Wallonia since 2014.
The private driver booking platform, Uber, has opened discussions around the possibility of a takeover of the meal delivery service, Deliveroo, for several billion dollars.
The CEO of the low-cost airline, Ryanair, Michael O'Leary believes that Belgium is “a small country” by the company’s standards.
The organisation Test-Achats is asserting on Friday in a communiqué that the average Belgian is not yet sufficiently aware of the General Data Protection Regulations, the now famous GDPR.
Statbel, the Belgian Office for Statistics reports that the Belgian economy and households combined produced more than 63 million tonnes of waste in 2016.
The federal prosecutor’s office is almost ready with its report on an incident of hacking of Proximus in 2013, for which it claims British intelligence was responsible.
The University of Hasselt has plans to add 12 new courses over the next ten years, aimed at providing the qualified staff who will be required for new industries of the future, rector Luc De Schepper said.
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