A major fire in the port of Antwerp has been brought under control, the port authority said, but could go on burning for the rest of the week.
Police in the Brussels-South zone around the south station have advised anyone whose parked car appears to have been clamped for supposed unlawful parking to notify them.
This year’s edition of Antwerp Pride, the 11th, attracted between 60,000 and 100,000 participants, according to organisers and police. But the event was marred by threats issued beforehand on Twitter, whose author was later arrested.
Around 30 Ryanair pilots held a “sit-in” at Charleroi Airport on Friday morning.
Dylan Borlée, Kevin Borlée, Jonathan Borlée and Jonathan Sacoor (in that order) will compete in the 4x400m relay final of the European Athletics Championship at 9.30pm on Saturday evening. 

Belfius made 335 million euros profit in the first semester of 2018 (after tax), the bank announced on Friday.  

Sunday, 12 August 2018 02:06

A prisoner at Nivelles got on the roof

A man being held at Nivelles prison managed to get onto the roof of the establishment early on Saturday evening, according to RTL Info.
Saturday, 11 August 2018 16:17

1200 medieval skeletons uncovered in Ypres

Archaeologists working in the centre of Ypres in West Flanders have so far uncovered 1,200 skeletons of people buried in the Middle Ages, as well as interesting information on the way of life in the city during that period.
Flemish tourism minister Ben Weyts has levied a fine of €25,000 on the room-hire system AirBNB for refusing to deliver details of those who are renting out rooms, for the use of inspection services.
Police have arrested four men accused of planning a bank robbery in Ixelles in Brussels. 
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