Belgian Authorities Seize Nearly Six Million Illegal Cigarettes in Major Bust

This operation took place during coordinated raids in various locations in Antwerp and East Flanders on Wednesday and Thursday, targeting an extensive network involved in the production, distribution, and storage of illicit tobacco products

Israeli Tourist Brutally Attacked in Bruges Train Station After Removing Anti-Israel Sticker

The incident began when Ohana and his daughter Shira, 29, arrived at the train station. Spotting the offensive sticker, Ohana decided to peel it off, an action that quickly drew the ire of several onlookers

Brazil Named Host of 2027 Women’s World Cup

The decision for Brazil to host comes in the wake of the United States and Mexico withdrawing their joint bid in April, choosing instead to focus on a potential bid for the 2031 tournament

Port of Antwerp-Bruges Unveils World’s First Methanol-Powered Tugboat

The Methatug project, a pivotal component of the European FASTWATER initiative supported by Horizon 2020 funding, aims to underscore the viability of methanol as a sustainable propulsion solution for the shipping industry

ECHR Ruling Looms: Belgian Ban on Headscarves Challenged

The three women, aged 20, 22, and 23, initiated legal action in November 2020, asserting that the ban infringed upon their fundamental rights, including the freedom to manifest their religion and the right to education

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