Monday, 19 February 2018 15:19

New anti-Brexit party in UK

A new anti-Brexit political party, at the centre of the political spectrum and known simply as “Renew”, will be officially launched on Monday.
Stefaan Declercq, the Secretary-General of Oxfam-Solidarity (Belgium) mentions in a communiqué on Monday, that the internal 2011 report on the “accusations of sexual misconduct in Haiti” is published today.
The President of the Order of French and German-speaking Lawyers (, Me Jean-Pierre Buyle is concerned by a number of “judicial” plans and statements currently emanating from the federal government.
Monday, 19 February 2018 12:16

The Renaissance of Molenbeek

It’s been two years since the attacks that made Molenbeek-St-Jean infamous.
The strike that disrupts Brussels public transport on Monday  has an impact on car traffic in the capital.
The Schaerbeek Commune has been ordered to pay 10 years of backdated ONSS (National Social Security Office) contributions, RTBF reported on Saturday.
“I’m disgusted to see that the Brussels administration has awarded expensive contracts, at the client’s cost, without respecting the law on Public Markets.
A guest at a wedding in Marchienne-au-Pont (Charleroi) fired several shots into the air while in a moving car on Saturday afternoon.
The 71st British Academy Film Awards (Bafta) took place in London on Sunday.
Sunday, 18 February 2018 17:52

EU and the forgotten war in Afrin

The on-going war in Kurdish-held enclave Afrin in Northern Syria was discussed at a briefing in Brussels last week, organized by the Kurdish Institute. The war started on 20 January with unprovoked Turkish air strikes and is claiming a rising death toll among civilians and displaced persons who found shelter in the enclave.
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