All the illegal Polish meat that had been exported to France has been located.
Sunday, 03 February 2019 22:31

Queen Mathilde in Mozambique until Thursday

The palace has said Queen Mathilde will be in Mozambique from Sunday to Thursday, in her role as United Nations ambassador for Sustainable Development.
Ecolo and the Greens have co-signed a bill proposition they will submit to the Chamber.
Federal mobility minister François Bellot has spoken out against a proposal by the chief executive of the Brussels public transport authority STIB/MIVB to have Brussels trams operate on the rail network within the region.
One man was killed and two others injured in a shooting in broad daylight on the street in Antwerp on Saturday.
Federal health minister Maggie De Block has set aside a budget of two million euros to supply the government with six million flu vaccines in the event of a wordwide flu pandemic similar to that of 2009.
The 21,000 British people that live in Belgium can continue to work in the country until the end of 2020, Employment minister Kris Peeters announced during a Minister’s council meeting. 
Sunday, 03 February 2019 02:48

Spain gets 2.5 million Belgian tourists

Spain welcomed a record number of 82.8 million tourists last year, according to official statistics published on Friday.
Even though he understands the frustration of the young people currently protesting for political change, Bart De Wever warns “It must not develop into a kind of apocalyptic ideology where young people are protesting against their own lifestyle.” 
The government wants the 23,000 Belgian homes that don’t currently have a broadband internet connection to get one within the next two years.
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