The price of electricity for November has gone back to what it was in mid-September.
Sunday, 04 November 2018 22:31

Ceremony at Yser tower for the Great War

Around 50 sympathisers commemorated the 100th anniversary of the 1st World War Armistice at the Porte de la Paix.
The city of Antwerp has joined forces with the Dutch NGO Terre des Hommes to tackle the problem of so-called loverboys – young men who enter into relationships with young girls with the aim of forcing them into prostitution.
A group of Brussels’ top chefs gathered yesterday at the weekend to make soup in public to aid an appeal for the homeless organised by the Red Cross.
A group of Belgian fishermen held a protest on Saturday at Nieuwpoort, complaining of the increasing practice of using electricity to catch fish.
Hundreds of protesters from various NGOs and citizen initiatives assembled in front of the European Parliament on Saturday, to demand strong measures to limit climate change.
France, Germany, the UK and the EU are very disappointed that the American sanctions against Iran are being reinstated.
Nina Derwael has become the first Belgian World Champion in Artistic Gymnastics by winning the Uneven Bars event in Doha on Friday.
Malika El Aroud is trying to avoid deportation by requesting political asylum in Belgium, La Libre Belgique reported on Saturday.
Saturday, 03 November 2018 20:57

The Curse of “Salvator Mundi”

In the wake of Halloween, let us take a closer look at the phenomenal story of “Salvator Mundi”, the most expensive painting in history and easily the most mysterious one.
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