Social media giants Facebook, Google and Twitter, have taken active measures to combat misinformation on their platforms, but they must still do more, the European Commission urged on Friday, a few days before the European elections.
The Brussels regional government has allocated 11 million euros for a productivity premium for the staff of Bruxelles Propreté, the region's waste management agency.
The second semi-final resulted in 10 finalists for the Grand Final in the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday at Expo Tel Aviv.

Three demonstrators belonging to an anarchist group were detained for disturbance to the public order after they broke off from a Youth for Climate march in the city on Friday.

A proposal to open a temporary slaughterhouse for Eid al-Adha, one of the most important holidays of the Muslim faith, has been requested to the Brussels region through a letter sent by the Brussels municipality of Molenbeek.

Diplomats from 24 countries will join the Belgian Pride Parade as "Diplomats For Equality" in Brussels on Saturday 18 May 2019.
Friday, 17 May 2019 13:30

Another wolf spotted in Belgium

Another wolf has been spotted in Belgium near Neufchâteau in the province of Luxembourg, the nature conservation body WWF Belgium tweeted on Friday.
The world market in self-service electric scooters could reach 40 to 50 billion US dollars in 2025, 12 to 15 billion of which would be in Europe, according to a study carried out by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) published on Friday.
Wallonia has all the ingredients for a breakthrough of right-wing and extreme-right political parties, but it is the only place in Europe where the right is not rising.

Transport company De Lijn has announced that its buses could resume service in Brussels’ Gare du Nord as early as this weekend, following the evacuation of hundreds of migrants and homeless people from the station that same day.

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