Belgium in Brief: Body found, teen climate activists’ boat forced to dock and passers-by face possible prosecution
Tuesday, 08 October 2019
A body was found in Parc de Bruxelles on Monday afternoon, passers-by who walked passed a dying man and reportedly did nothing face possible prosecution and teen climate activists’ boat was forced to dock.
Here’s a recap of the news you might have missed this morning:
The transatlantic sailing trip of Belgian teen climate activists Anuna de Wever and Adelaïde Charlier got off to a rocky start, with their sailboat forced to dock unforeseen due to technical issues. Read more.
At the arrival of royal informers Johan Vande Lanotte (SP.A) and Didier Reynders (MR) at the Royal Palace in Brussels, a woman caused a brief stir when she slipped inside behind the car of the informer duo. Read more.
EU ministers on Monday adopted a directive providing protection for whistleblowers so that they may alert public opinion to financial, health or environmental scandals without fear of reprisals. Read more.