The Home Affairs minister Pieter De Crem (CD&V) does not think that Belgium cannot realistically stop using nuclear energy completely by 2025.
The Walloon government has drawn up a 10-point plan to combat violent radicalisation.
Mons police made 38 administrative arrests after there were disturbances during a Gilets Jaunes protest in Mons on Saturday.
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A Belgian paraglider dies in Colombia

A 53-year-old Belgian paraglider died during a jump in Ansermanuevo (Colombia) on Saturday, according to news website Noticias NVC. 
British Prime Minister Theresa May will ask MPs for more time to renegotiate another Brexit deal with Brussels.
Representatives of business and motorists have criticised a decision by the Brussels region to downgrade the A12 and E40 motorways within the regional boundary as “city boulevards”.
As many as 120,000 families in Wallonia had on Friday still not received their family benefits for the month of January, according to Famiwal, the agency which administers the system.
The British government has cancelled a plan to install a new ferry crossing linking Ostend and Ramsgate, which was intended to relieve some of the pressure expected on the port of Dover in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
All three Belgian regions achieved more economic growth than the previous year in 2017.
Ryanair has partially adapted its jurisdictional competence clause and private citizens can now submit their lawsuits to the Belgian courts, Happy Flights announced on Friday. 
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