Belgium is told to take back waste it sent overseas, a woman finds a frog in her Panos sandwich, and a Belgian secret agent reveals his identiy.
Here’s a recap of the news you might have missed this morning:
Indonesia is sending back over 500 containers with hazardous or improperly sorted waste to Belgium and other European countries. Read more.
Brussels resident Kimberly Owen got a shock after she purchased her preferred baguette from the Panos sandwich shop, only to discover there was a frog in it. Read more.
European Commission (EC) staff have been sent an email warning them of potential disruptions to their day ahead of a Climate march scheduled for Friday in Brussels. Read more.
Two armed robberies took place in hospitality establishments located around Place du Jeu de Balle in Marolles within the last week. A connection is yet to be found. Read more.
The former state security agent who accused outgoing federal minister Didier Reynders of corruption and money laundering weeks after he was chosen for a top job EU job has revealed his identity. Read more.
Flemish doctors are sounding the alarm over a surge in laughing gas hospital admissions as authorities endeavour to curb the rising popularity of the gas, with some rolling out “laughing gas fines.” Read more.
Climate activists gathered at the foot of Brussels icon Manneken Pis on Wednesday morning to call for an improved climate plan. Read more.
The Brussels Times