Belgium is looking into whether it can bring back wives of IS fighters from Syria

Belgium is looking into whether it can bring back the wives of ISIS fighters from Syria, as per reports. In 2021, six women and ten children were repatriated, but it is not clear how many people will meet the requirements this time.

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Belgium is looking into whether it can bring back wives of IS fighters from Syria

Belgium is looking into whether it can bring back the wives of ISIS fighters from Syria, as per reports. In 2021, six women and ten children were repatriated, but it is not clear how many people will meet the requirements this time.

Belgium: Masks should be mandatory in hospitals, pharmacies, says Vandenbroucke

Belgium’s Public Health Minister, Frank Vandenbroucke, said on Sunday that he favours making face masks mandatory in hospitals, pharmacies, and doctor’s offices, as per local media reports.

25-year-old man dies in Ghent canal while rescuing dog

A 25-year-old man died in a Ghent canal on Sunday morning after getting trapped between an inland vessel and the quay while trying to rescue a dog.

Belgium is looking into whether it can bring back wives of IS fighters from Syria

Belgium is looking into whether it can bring back the wives of ISIS fighters from Syria, as per reports. In 2021, six women and ten children were repatriated, but it is not clear how many people will meet the requirements this time.

Belgium: Masks should be mandatory in hospitals, pharmacies, says Vandenbroucke

Belgium’s Public Health Minister, Frank Vandenbroucke, said on Sunday that he favours making face masks mandatory in hospitals, pharmacies, and doctor’s offices, as per local media reports.

25-year-old man dies in Ghent canal while rescuing dog

A 25-year-old man died in a Ghent canal on Sunday morning after getting trapped between an inland vessel and the quay while trying to rescue a dog.

Algerian military officer, close ally of former chief sentence to death over “treason” charges

An Algerian military officer and one of the close ally of the former army chief has been sentenced to death over charges of "high treason".

Belgium economy faces consequences due to Russia-Ukraine war

The day since Putin's tanks crossed the Ukrainian border on February 24, the economic consequences reverberated across Europe. Even the Belgian economy, almost entirely independent from Russia, did not escape the consequences.

Apple stops producing its iPod Touch music player after 20 years

Apple has stopped producing its iconic iPod Touch music player after more than 20 years. The last model that the tech giant produced will be available as long as there are stocks.

Belgium: Masks should be mandatory in hospitals, pharmacies, says Vandenbroucke

Belgium’s Public Health Minister, Frank Vandenbroucke, said on Sunday that he favours making face masks mandatory in hospitals, pharmacies, and doctor’s offices, as per local media reports.

25-year-old man dies in Ghent canal while rescuing dog

A 25-year-old man died in a Ghent canal on Sunday morning after getting trapped between an inland vessel and the quay while trying to rescue a dog.

Average number of COVID-19 infections drops below 4,300: Reports

For the first time since late October, the average number of new Covid-19 infections dropped below 4,300, according to figures published by the Sciensano Institute of Public Health on Friday morning.

Belgium government sets up central hotline for Ukrainian refugees facing abuse

Following multiple reports related to Ukrainian refugee abuse, the Federal Government set up a contact point via a new central hotline for the victims.

Wallonia adopts first LGBTQ plan to protect community rights

The Wallonia Government has recently adopted its first "LGBTQ plan", which includes several measures to protect as well as to ensure the community's rights.

American Airlines commences service from 42 US cities as Dominica’s tourism diversifies

As the Dominica is scaling-up its tourism sector, American Airlines has made a decision to provide direct flights from around 42 cities in United States.

Belgium is looking into whether it can bring back wives of IS fighters from Syria

Belgium is looking into whether it can bring back the wives of ISIS fighters from Syria, as per reports. In 2021, six women and ten children were repatriated, but it is not clear how many people will meet the requirements this time.

Belgium: Masks should be mandatory in hospitals, pharmacies, says Vandenbroucke

Belgium’s Public Health Minister, Frank Vandenbroucke, said on Sunday that he favours making face masks mandatory in hospitals, pharmacies, and doctor’s offices, as per local media reports.

25-year-old man dies in Ghent canal while rescuing dog

A 25-year-old man died in a Ghent canal on Sunday morning after getting trapped between an inland vessel and the quay while trying to rescue a dog.

Algerian military officer, close ally of former chief sentence to death over “treason” charges

An Algerian military officer and one of the close ally of the former army chief has been sentenced to death over charges of "high treason".

American Airlines commences service from 42 US cities as Dominica’s tourism diversifies

As the Dominica is scaling-up its tourism sector, American Airlines has made a decision to provide direct flights from around 42 cities in United States.

France: Wearing face masks will no longer be mandatory on subway, bus or train

The government of France has made an announcement that, given the evolving epidemiological situation, from May 16, wearing the facial mask will no longer be mandatory on the subway, bus or train.

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Belgium is looking into whether it can bring back wives of IS fighters from Syria

Belgium is looking into whether it can bring back the wives of ISIS fighters from Syria, as per reports. In 2021, six women and ten children were repatriated, but it is not clear how many people will meet the requirements this time.

Belgium: Masks should be mandatory in hospitals, pharmacies, says Vandenbroucke

Belgium’s Public Health Minister, Frank Vandenbroucke, said on Sunday that he favours making face masks mandatory in hospitals, pharmacies, and doctor’s offices, as per local media reports.

25-year-old man dies in Ghent canal while rescuing dog

A 25-year-old man died in a Ghent canal on Sunday morning after getting trapped between an inland vessel and the quay while trying to rescue a dog.

Algerian military officer, close ally of former chief sentence to death over “treason” charges

An Algerian military officer and one of the close ally of the former army chief has been sentenced to death over charges of "high treason".

American Airlines commences service from 42 US cities as Dominica’s tourism diversifies

As the Dominica is scaling-up its tourism sector, American Airlines has made a decision to provide direct flights from around 42 cities in United States.

France: Wearing face masks will no longer be mandatory on subway, bus or train

The government of France has made an announcement that, given the evolving epidemiological situation, from May 16, wearing the facial mask will no longer be mandatory on the subway, bus or train.

Average number of COVID-19 infections drops below 4,300: Reports

For the first time since late October, the average number of new Covid-19 infections dropped below 4,300, according to figures published by the Sciensano Institute of Public Health on Friday morning.

Belgium government sets up central hotline for Ukrainian refugees facing abuse

Following multiple reports related to Ukrainian refugee abuse, the Federal Government set up a contact point via a new central hotline for the victims.

Wallonia adopts first LGBTQ plan to protect community rights

The Wallonia Government has recently adopted its first "LGBTQ plan", which includes several measures to protect as well as to ensure the community's rights.

Wallonia to receive €725 million in loans from EIB to guarantee drinking water supply

Wallonia is likely to receive the first tranch of the earmarked €725 million in loans from the European Investment Bank (EIB) to help guarantee the drinking water supply in the region.

Dominica’s Jazz and Creole welcomes large tourists to shore

Dominica has recently hosted its world-famous Jazz 'n Creole Festival at the Cabrits National Park- Fort Shirley in Portsmouth on May 1, 2022.

Belgium economy faces consequences due to Russia-Ukraine war

The day since Putin's tanks crossed the Ukrainian border on February 24, the economic consequences reverberated across Europe. Even the Belgian economy, almost entirely independent from Russia, did not escape the consequences.

25-year-old man dies in Ghent canal while rescuing dog

A 25-year-old man died in a Ghent canal on Sunday morning after getting trapped between an inland vessel and the quay while trying to rescue a dog.

Brussels: People hold their pee, poo when it rains, says NGO

A playful awareness campaign from the non-profit organisation Canal it Up is calling on Brussels residents to "hold their pee and poo when it rains" to limit sewage discharge into the Brussels canal.