An empty office block on the busy Avenue de Tervuren in Woluwe-Saint-Pierre in Brussels was demolished at emergency speed on Tuesday. The building had shown signs of imminent collapse.
With more and more Belgian pensioners residing abroad, Belgium has now incorporated into domestic law a European convention that seeks to define how protective measures for incapacitated adults are to be applied across borders, Justice Minister Koen Geens disclosed on Tuesday.
The Land Invest Group, a real estate firm, donated at least 18,000 euros to Joeri Dillen, former head of the cabinet of Antwerp Mayor Bart De Wever, to enable him to file a lawsuit against the Flemish investigative website Apache.
"The law does not need to be negotiated but respected,” unions representing workers at Ryanair said in an open letter meant as a reminder for the CEO of the low-cost Irish carrier, Michael O’Leary.
Thus far 70 wild boars have tested positive for African swine fever, Wallonia’s Minister of Agriculture, René Collin, said on Tuesday after receiving a report on the latest tests from the region’s Wildlife Health Monitoring Network.
The International Monetary Fund (“IMF”) on Tuesday lowered its growth prediction for the eurozone in 2018.
Drivers running diesel vehicles nowadays spend on average of €448 more (for an annual consumption of 860 litres) than in January 2016.
The numbers of army service personnel, within the Ministry of Defence, has fallen below the 25,000 mark anticipated.
The majority of Belgians believe the management of migrants in transit to be too lax or favouring confinement of families prior to expulsion.
The Brussels Court of First Instance has sentenced an official in the European Commission for an anti-Semitic hate crime. In July 2015, the official physically assaulted another guest at a coffee bar in the EU quarters in Brussels and insulted her verbally in the belief that she was Jewish.
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