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Belgium addresses urgent need for guardians as unaccompanied minors seek refuge

Recognizing the gravity of the situation, the Ministry of Justice has collaborated with the Centre for General Welfare Work (CAW) to bolster the ranks of guardians who play a crucial role in representing and safeguarding these minors

European March for Palestine in Brussels Calls for Immediate Ceasefire in Gaza

Around 40 civil society groups, unions, and non-governmental organizations will come together for the 'European March for Palestine' in Brussels, uniting in a collective effort to pressure the European Union to support an immediate ceasefire in Gaza

Ukraine Embassy hosts Charity Event for Ukrainians in Arlon, Belgium

The Embassy of Ukraine in the Kingdom of Belgium organised a Charity Event in Arlon, Belgium, on Saturday, November 4, 2023 and Sunday, November 5, 2023. The Event was held under the Solidarity of Ukraine project.

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Belgium: New Noise Limits Set for Emergency Service Sirens

In a bid to address the rising concerns of residents being disturbed by the deafening sirens of emergency service vehicles, the Brussels Government has taken a significant step towards creating a more tranquil cityscape

Brussels mobilizes gritting operations as subzero temperatures Loom

Anticipating temperatures to plummet below 0°C, Brussels Mobility has taken proactive measures to ensure the safety of road users by initiating comprehensive gritting operations throughout the region

Belgium: Three accomplices charged in Swedish Football fans’ killing

Brussels, Belgium: Belgian authorities have charged three suspected accomplices in connection with the killing of two Swedish football fans in Brussels last month

Brussels takes lead in tackling E-Scooter chaos with Innovative drop zone system

This initiative comes after various municipalities, including Evere and Woluwe-Saint-Lambert, took the lead in making it mandatory for e-scooters to be parked in designated locations

Belgium struggles to tackle escalating cancer rates despite 15-Year-Old Plan

In a disconcerting revelation, the latest OECD report on cancer has exposed Belgium's persistent battle with rising cancer rates, despite the implementation of a major cancer plan by the Federal Government nearly 15 years ago

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