In the exhibition Somewhere in Between, BOZAR offers a glimpse of the cutting edge of what is currently happening in various European contemporary art scenes and their networks.
Motorists driving older, more polluting diesel vehicles in the recently-introduced low emissions zone (LEZ) in Antwerp face fines; this week it was revealed some of those fined include vehicles of the federal police themselves.
Children who are vulnerable but physically healthy have been lodged in the St-Pierre hospital in Brussels for months, because of a lack of places at specialised child-care facilities, doctors have revealed to the Mediahuis papers.
Motorists and others using public transport are being warned that today’s second edition of the BXL Tour cycle race, organised by the city of Brussels, is likely to cause major disruption with the closure of tunnels and certain main roads.
Saturday, 16 June 2018 10:20

Details of 15,000 Orange users hacked

Telecommunications company Orange has admitted that a “data leak” exposed the personal information of some 15,000 customers in Belgium to possible hackers.
The director of the federal office for risk assessment, Paul Van Tigchelt, has warned of the likelihood of copycat attacks following the murder of three people in May in Liege by Benjamin Herman.
Could we be one step closer to solving Belgium’s most enduring mystery – the disappearance of a panel from the world-famous altarpiece known in English as the Adoration of the Mystic Lamb by Jan Van Eyck and his brother Hubert.
The European Commissioner for Justice, Vera Jourova, on Thursday called on Malta’s government to ensure that the investigation into the death of journalist and blogger Daphne Caruana Galizia is “independent and exhaustive”.
Bank branches where an ATM is located will be temporarily closed at night.
Spain is the team with the best chance of winning the Football World Cup on the 15th of July in Moscow, according to researchers at the University of Ghent, who studied the issue with colleagues from the universities of Dortmund and Munich.
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