Christine Anderson, a German politician and member of the European Parliament, strongly criticized the justice system in Brussels while commenting about the conflict occurred near the Brussels railway station on November 11, when a 29-year-old stabbed a Policeman chanting 'Allah Akbar' and also attacked other people
The Belgian Police reported that Six individuals suffered from minor injuries after a van crashed into a café terrace in the centre of Brussels on Friday afternoon. The incident occurred around 13:00 local time on Rue Saint-Michel near the city's shopping centre
Following the murder of a young Spanish woman in Brussels, The Federal government of Belgium endorsed a proposal framework law on Friday that defines numerous types of violence that can decrease various kinds of crimes
The Immigration Office of Belgium has made an announcement that the Belgian State has granted up to 60,000 Ukrainian refugees temporary protection since Russian troops invaded their homeland, but their housing remains a persisting issue.
After Belgium has again and again failed to provide asylum seekers with shelter with unaccompanied minors sleeping rough for over a week, State Secretary for Asylum and Migration Nicole de Moor has announced that no children would be on the streets tonight.
''The horror of Bucha turns my stomach. How can people be so cruel?'' said Prime minister Alexander de Croo on their surprise visit to the towns, witnessing the atrocities condemned by Russian troops during the invasion
Under President XI Jinping's Zero COVID policy, people are compelled to remain in their houses for roughly three months. A ferocious fire that started in an apartment in Urumqi, Xinjiang, sparked the protest