An investigation into the Facebook group where police officers allegedly made racist comments has been opened, the Brussels' public prosecutor's office said on ...
Sep, 17
Judicial investigation opened into officers’ private racist Facebook group
An investigation into the Facebook group where police officers allegedly made racist comments has been opened, the Brussels' public ...
Thursday, 17, September 2020
Brussels residents asked to fly Belgian flags against Vlaams Belang protest
The youth sections of the seven political parties currently negotiating a federal coalition are calling on the people of Brussels to hang ...
Thursday, 17, September 2020
One of Belgium’s wolf cubs is missing
The Institute for Nature and Forest Research (INBO) has released new images of three cubs of "Belgian" wolves August and Noëlla, the fourth ...
Thursday, 17, September 2020
Aalst Carnival will not take place in February next year
Aalst Carnival, which previously made international headlines for its controversial anti-Semitic displays, will not take place in February ...
Thursday, 17, September 2020
Government minister pours cold water over coalition talks
Home affairs minister Pieter De Crem (CD&V) has been describing the problems he foresees his party facing if they were to join the ...
Thursday, 17, September 2020
Belgian mayors race to quell coronavirus clusters after Portugal youth trip
Belgian authorities in the coast are scrambling to contain the emergence of coronavirus hotspots following the detection of dozens of ...
Thursday, 17, September 2020
Brussels has a new taxi app for people with mobility issues
The Brussels taxi service has launched a new app for people with mobility issues. Handycab is a phone app which brings together all of ...
Thursday, 17, September 2020