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Boutersem, a quiet municipality east of Leuven in Flemish Brabant, was the scene of a bizarre incident recently.
The Hainaut Zoo Pairi Daizi has released footage from its newly-arrived orangutan family.
The Flemish Environment Minister Joke Schauvliege (Christian democrat/CD&V) has voiced her intention to forbid the use of products containing glyphosate, such as the herbicide Roundup, for Flemish members of the public.
A survey conducted by the weekly Knack has revealed that many Belgians still fear a banking crisis, while only 47% of Belgians favour a new tax on profits from the sale of shares.
Police have conducted fresh raids in Belgium and France in connection with the terrorist attacks on the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish supermarket in Paris in January 2015.
The new tax forms to be used this year will include 885 different units; 75 more than last year.
Belgian police officers cooperated with Catalan and Spanish police to conduct a large-scale anti-terrorism operation in the Barcelona area this morning.
Forget fake news. European police have joined forces to seize almost 10,000 tonnes of fake and harmful food and drink, from caviar to cashews, booze to bubbly water and even unassuming stock cubes.
The rector of Leuven University has called for professors to be able to say 'No' to invites to meetings.
In an opinion piece for Britain’s Guardian newspaper...
Emmanuel Macron's strong showing in the first round of France's presidential election has been welcomed in Belgium.
Some 82,000 French nationals registered to vote in the French presidential election, a number which is 20 percent up on the previous election in 2012.
Brussels Airport, Brussels Airlines and Belgian Rail are launching the 'Hi Belgium Pass'.
Belgian Rail has good news for passengers:
Justice Minister Koen Geens said in Federal Parliament that he does not support the idea of abolishing dual nationality for Belgians.