Two businessmen, including Uri Levine, the former President of Waze (the navigation software application), have launched their application known as “Refundit” in Belgium.
The current national strike is proving enormously damaging to Belgium’s reputation.
Texts on the website are to be reviewed due to an “error” in the biographical note on King Leopold II, according to the spokesman of the Royal Palace.
Trade unions set up picket lines on Wednesday morning outside the main entrances to the head offices of Belfius and Proximus in Brussels.
A vehicle drove straight into a picket line in Ghent, near the Ghelamco Arena, according to a trade union source and confirmed by the police.
Police in Antwerp yesterday carried out 46 house searches leading to 15 arrests, in an investigation of a criminal gang thought to be linked to the scandal of humanitarian visas granted to Syrian and Iraqi Christians.
The owner of a popular steak restaurant in the EU quarter has described as “nonsense” a warning from the EU security service of foreign spies operating in his premises.
The mayor of Wezembeek-Oppem is to go to court to appeal a decision by Flemish minister for administrative affairs Liesbeth Homans (photo), not to ratify his nomination and that of three other mayors of communes in the Flemish periphery around Brussels.
Never ever has the European Commission been so much criticized by its own watchdog as for the appointment of its Secretary-General Martin Selmayr last year. In a decision yesterday, European Ombudsman Emily O’Reilly rejected the Commission’s response in justifying the appointment.
The N-VA on Tuesday floated the idea of building prisons abroad during a presentation of its election programme to the press at the Atomium in Brussels. 
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