19-year-old Muslim teen on Monday suffered physical and verbal assaults
2 assailants attack Muslim girl, tearing off her clothes, leaving her with wounds across body inflicted by sharp object
Russia, Saudi Arabia to play opening match of tournament
Deputy PM, FM say all settlements against int’l law, violate obligations of Israel as military occupying power
At least two police officers were killed in the Belgian Liege conflict.
The trio, all former ministers in the regional government of ousted Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont, faced a European arrest warrant issued against them in March by Madrid.
Official data indicates 4,960 children applied for asylum in Belgium in 2016, out of which 1,076 are unaccompanied
Move comes after U.S. decision to suspend $65 million in aid to Palestine
Police say incident not terror-related
Prosecutors last month asked the judge to approve the European arrest warrant issued by Madrid for the five in the opening round of what could become a protracted courtroom battle.
Belgium Muslim group says ban 'directly undermines one of the essential dietary precepts governing Islamic belief'
Belgian judge defers decision to Dec. 4, process to extradite former separatist politicians to Spain could take three months
The Brussels International Business Court will hold hearings and issue judgments in English and the government said it expects Britain's departure from the EU "will only increase the number of these disputes" that need to be resolved.
Prosecutors gave no details about his ties to the suicide bombers who killed a total of 32 people at Brussels international airport and a metro station in the Belgian capital.
Federal prosecutor had challenged 2016 ruling which classified PKK activities as an 'armed campaign'
Terror group earns millions of euros from drug smuggling in Europe, according to Belgian media
It did not identify the target of the civil action, which coincides with criminal inquiries into suspected fraud underway in Belgium and the Netherlands.
A series of searches in the gritty Anderlecht district of Brussels netted four people and arms hidden in a garage, the Belgian federal prosecutor's office said.
Returning to its former glory the kind of creation that adorns a cathedral wall or is displayed at a world-renowned museum can take more than a year for tapestry restorers at Royal Manufacturers De Wit.
A host of top Brussels figures led by Jean-Claude Juncker have broken with their usual protocol of not interfering in national elections to openly back the centrist former banker to beat far-right leader Le Pen.