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West Flanders Mayor Resigns After Controversial Sex Video Screening at Party Event

Vanderjeugd reportedly showed a self-made, sexually suggestive video to a gathering of young adults, which sparked outrage both within the community and among political peers, including members of his own Open VLD party

Belgium Misses Climate Plan Deadline Amidst Regional Discord: EU Sanctions Loom

Belgium's Climate Minister Zakia Khattabi (Ecolo) has attributed the delay to Flanders, one of the country's three regions, which has refused to approve the national climate plan endorsed by Brussels and Wallonia

Community and Crisis: Brussels Squat Closure Leaves Asylum Seekers Stranded

Residents like alYazouri were offered a brief reprieve in a hotel paid for by the landlord but soon found themselves back on the streets. Some sought refuge in other squats, while others turned to organizations like Samusocial for assistance or resorted to sleeping rough

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Belgium Prepares for National Day Celebrations: Major Traffic Disruptions in Brussels Expected

To facilitate public transport, Brussels' public transport operator STIB is enhancing its services for the day, with metros, trams, and buses operating at higher frequencies and extended hours

Belgium Braces for Summer Heat Followed by Storms

By the afternoon, the clouds will clear from the west, allowing temperatures to rise. Coastal and southern regions will enjoy mid-20s temperatures, while central areas, including Brussels and the northeast region of Kempen, will reach 30°C

Brussels Environment Issues Record Citations for Aviation Infractions in Woluwe-Saint-Lambert

Brussels Environment issued 63 citations in May for aviation infractions over Woluwe-Saint-Lambert, as confirmed by the Brussels municipality on Wednesday. This unprecedented action is the first of its kind since the installation of a noise meter in 2017, aimed at monitoring aircraft noise levels

Belgian Chip Shop Aims to Break World Record with Non-Stop Chip Frying Marathon

Van Den Langenbergh aims to surpass this milestone by frying chips tirelessly for 127 hours and 15 minutes, a feat that requires not only culinary skill but also physical endurance

Bike in Brussels Initiative Invests €1.2 Million to Expand Cycling Infrastructure Across the Capital

The funding will be channeled into 28 distinct cycling projects spanning 13 municipalities within Brussels. Among the planned additions are 1,400 new bicycle parking spaces, three innovative cycling routes, and two fully-equipped bicycle workshops

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