Workers over the age of 55 are not too expensive because of their demand for service premiums, according to a study by the European institute Eurofound.
A burglar was arrested on April 12 after being tracked using the location services on a stolen mobile phone, according to the Brussels North police.

A police officer killed his wife and kids, then shot himself - presumably with his service weapon - after an argument got out of hand on Wednesday night, according to the court of Antwerp.

A stabbing took place on the Chaussée d'Anvers, not far from Yser metro station, on Thursday morning.

The European Parliament approved on Wednesday a proposal for a 10,000 person increase of the permanent body of European Border and Coast Guards Agency (formerly Frontex) by 2027.

The police and the public prosecutor in Mons have been searching for a dangerous armed man who plans an attack on police officers or soldiers since 12 April.

Thursday, 18 April 2019 10:40

Brawl on Brussels tram, three men arrested

A fight broke out on a Gare du Nord tram heading towards Eugène Verboekhovenpleinin Schaarbeek on Wednesday night at 8:15 pm, Brussels North police spokesperson Audrey Dereymaeker said.

The reception centre for homeless people Samusocial, located at Poincaré boulevard, has been forced to reduce its number of beds available due to the massive presence of bed bugs.
More than 1,000 scientists, researchers and academics from 25 European countries have joined the Researchers for Peace campaign.

Demolition of the World Trade Centre Towers 1 & 2 has begun in Brussels.

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