Sunday, 11 November 2018 14:41

Huawei prepares to launch its first 5G phone

As Europe prepares for its deployment of the 5G network, Huawei has already set the stage for its first line of compatible devices with the widely anticipated new generation of mobile communication.
With Western Europe being Huawei’s largest market outside of China, the global telecom leader is ready to further develop its collaboration and presence in the continent.
Friday, 09 November 2018 13:34

Huawei optimistic about 5G in Europe

Huawei held its annual European Innovation Day earlier this week in Rome.
For the first time ever, a Communist political party has joined a majority coalition in a Belgian municipality.
Flemish mobility minister Ben Weyts has announced the Flemish government will next year introduce cameras to catch truck drivers who ignore the law forbidding overtaking in wet conditions.
The National Evaluation Committee for abortion lists the names of four experts in the field who have said they had no idea they had been nominated to the body.
Brussels MPs unanimously adopted, Friday, a draft resolution drawn up at the Greens’ initiative, inviting Brussels governments, but also the country’s entities, to step up speed in the fight against air pollution.
Saturday, 10 November 2018 20:39

New types of burial soon allowed in Brussels

Brussels Parliament unanimously gave the green light, Friday, on a relaxing of rules on funerals and burials, ultimately to allow new modes, such as “humusation” and “alkaline hydrolysis,” and burial of remains in shrouds or cardboard coffins. PTB and Vlaams Belang abstained.
Saturday, 10 November 2018 19:44

Police will no longer use hypnosis

In Belgium, the Federal Police’s Behavioral Science Unit decided to put an end to judicial hypnosis, according to a communication by the Dernière Heure published on Saturday.
With 1.32 million bottles produced this year, Walloon wine has the wind in its sails.
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