European Court of Justice Imposes €200 Million Fine on Hungary for Violating Asylum Laws

The penalty follows a 2020 ruling that condemned Hungary's restrictive measures against asylum seekers, which included illegal detentions and obstructions to accessing asylum procedures

Violence Erupts in Italian Parliament Amid Heated Debate on Regional Autonomy

The confrontation occurred during a session of the lower house when a member of the opposition's populist Five Star Movement was attacked while attempting to make a symbolic gesture

Belgium’s Deputy PM Unveils WHO Report on Commercial Influences in Health

Belgium's Deputy Prime Minister Frank Vandenbroucke unveiled a groundbreaking report in Brussels, highlighting the commercial determinants of noncommunicable diseases. The event, hosted with WHO, gathered policymakers and health experts to address the harmful influence of industries on public health

Fire Evacuates 26 Residents on Zeebrugge Dyke: No Injuries Reported

Emergency services swiftly responded to the scene shortly after the blaze was reported at approximately 05:15. The origin of the fire is believed to have been a garage nestled between the Baron de Maerelaan 2 and Brusselstraat 2 buildings

Dinant Court Sentences Six Individuals for Running Large-Scale Cannabis Cultivation Operation in Couvin Warehouse

The sentencing saw two individuals handed 30-month prison terms, with allowances made for time already served. Three others also received sentences of 30 months, while a fourth member of the group was sentenced to three years behind bars

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