A video of a ‘whale’ stranded alongside the Brussels canal has been shared, the dog of French director Leos Carax has been found, and Flanders wants an institution to oversee its mosques.
Here’s a recap of the news you might have missed this morning:
A video of what appears to be a stranded whale alongside the Brussels canal was shared on Friday morning by the Ville de Brussels Facebook account. Read more.
Smile Safari, the biggest Instagram museum in Europe and the first in Belgium, opened in the exhibition centre Tour & Taxis in Brussels, on Wednesday. Read more.
The dog of French director Leos Carax, whose disappearance in Brussels saw movie stars Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard launch an online appeal for help to the public, has been found. Read more.
An anonymous businessman has upped a reward for anyone who helps identify the presumed killers of wolf Naya and her cubs, who inhabited a Flemish forest, to €30,000. Read more.
Flanders wants to create an institution equivalent to Belgium’s intelligence and state security agency in order to oversee mosques established in its territory. Read more.
The perpetrator who killed four police officers in a stabbing at the Paris police headquarters on Thursday was “a model employee,” according to a member of the police union. Read more.
On Thursday morning, authorities from 204 cities and municipalities in Belgium sent out 593,727 test messages to residents of municipalities who are part of the system. Read more.
The Brussels Times