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Several lawyers involved in the Sotegec case have noticed that the Attorney General has changed his tune in front of the Namur Council, which will be called upon to rule on the possible detention of the accused.
On Tuesday, local police in Grammont (East Flanders) confiscated the Ferrari of a taxpayer who owed 10,000 euros in unpaid vehicle taxes.
A 500 kg undetonated bomb was discovered Wednesday in Lokeren, say the local police.
On Wednesday, Le Soir, reported that in less than a week, Belgium, with its 66 kilometers of coastline, will begin a two –year term as president of the International Whaling Commission (IWC).
The names of 12,000 victims - civilian and military - of the First World War will be read on Saturday, Sept. 20th on Belgian Memorial Day, which will take place from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM at the foot of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Brussels, stated the…

The NGO Plan Belgium joins the 12-12 Coalition

Wednesday, 10 September 2014 02:20
On Tuesday, Plan Belgium announced in a statement that it has joined the Belgian Coalition for Emergency Situations (12-12 Coalition).

Over 2,000 Belgians commit suicide every year

Wednesday, 10 September 2014 00:41
Each year, more than 2,000 Belgians commit suicide. However, the statistics are slightly different in the north and south of the country since the Walloon population is twice as numerous as the  Flemish population.
The cell phone company BASE has indicated that mobile internet services have been unavailable since Monday night due to a fire in one of its data centers.
On Tuesday the newspaper Le Specialiste reported that four hospitals in Wallonia and six in Brussels have been ordered to repay € 2.3 million to the National Sickness and Disability Insurance Institute (Inami) because they deviated from the national expenditure average calculated  by the 'prospective pricing' system.
“The Saint-Gilles prison staff did not return to work on Tuesday morning but will do so at 2 PM in the afternoon,” said Kurt Sissau from the ACOD socialist union.