Several hundred people took part yesterday in a silent march to commemorate the murder of Ihsane Jarfi, whose death in 2013 was seen as the first clear case of a homophobic hate crime in Brussels.
Hypertension affects more than 2.5 million adults in Belgium but remains undiagnosed for almost half of the patients with it.
Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of social media giant Facebook, will appear before the European Parliament on Tuesday to answer questions about the company’s privacy policy, the company said.
In a surprise decision, a court in Brussels has acquitted 18 out of 19 men accused of taking part in the “robbery of the century” at Brussels airport for lack of evidence.
The urban networks of De Lijn are the most affected ones on the second day of the strike announced by the socialist and liberal unions.
Friday, 18 May 2018 08:34

Shortcomings in police recruitment

An external audit commissioned by Minister for Home Affairs Jan Jambon (N-VA) shows that recruitment procedures for police officers are inadequate. The police face difficulties in attracting suitable persons and filling certain positions.
Test-Achats consumer protection group and the Enbro energy consultancy have launched a free Internet site aimed at helping consumers find the most affordable energy prices.
Greenpeace installed solar panels on the European Parliament building in Brussels as it hosted the penultimate round of talks on a European directive on renewable energy on Thursday and used the electricity they generated to make vegan ice cream.
“The European Union is much more than a treaty," Prime Minister Charles Michel explained on Thursday in response to views on Europe expressed by New Flemish Alliance (N-VA) president Bart De Wever, in “Tijd” newspaper.
Belgium, which moved up to third place in the International Football Federation, FIFA, ranking published on the 12th of April,  remains at the same place in the latest ranking, released on Thursday.
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