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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

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

Belgium Begins Coalition Quest as Center-Right Parties Sweep Elections

The conservative New Flemish Alliance (N-VA) has maintained its grip on power in Dutch-speaking Flanders for a remarkable decade, fending off the challenge from the far-right Vlaams Belang, which secured the second position

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Heavy Rains Exacerbate Hardships for Homeless Across Belgium

Philip De Buck, director of L’Îlot, a prominent non-profit association, described the current conditions as exceptionally challenging. "Rain is worse than the cold," he emphasized, noting a surge in the number of homeless seeking refuge and basic amenities such as hot showers and clean clothes

Alfen Secures Major Contract with TEC for Electric Bus Charging Infrastructure in Wallonia

TEC, known as Transport en Commun, manages an extensive network of nearly 2,500 buses and trams across almost 800 lines throughout Wallonia. The contract with Alfen marks a pivotal step in TEC's ambitious plans to electrify its fleet and enhance the region's public transportation system

Feel Good Festival Organisers Face Demand for Refunds Amid Postponement Due to Weather

The event was postponed to 2025 due to adverse weather conditions. Organizers announced the decision earlier this week, citing weeks of persistent rain that rendered the festival grounds unsuitable for this year's planned festivities

Heavy Rain Causes Widespread Damage and Flooding Across Belgium

The aftermath of the deluge left streets submerged, cellars flooded, and emergency services scrambling to respond to calls throughout the affected areas. In Antwerp, towns such as Lier and Lint bore the brunt of the heavy rainfall, leading to flooded streets, upturned manhole covers, and widespread disruption

Arkose to Open Second Bouldering Centre in Brussels, Following Permit Approval

The new facility, which will be situated on Rue Eugène Verheggen on the border between Saint-Gilles and Forest, is set to transform a former garage into a state-of-the-art climbing hub for enthusiasts of the sport

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