Pride Parade attracts 100,000 participants; police pull militants from parade

Pride Parade attracts 100,000 participants; police pull militants from parade

Around 100,000 people took part in yesterday's Pride Parade in Brussels, the 24th edition of the event.

Hundreds of people pay respect at Julie Van Espen’s funeral

Hundreds of people pay respect at Julie Van Espen’s funeral

The funeral of Julie Van Espen took place at the Onze-Lieve-Vrouw-ten-Hemel-Opgenomen church in the Schilde commune at 10am on Saturday.

In one hundred rape cases, only one accused went to prison

In one hundred rape cases, only one accused went to prison

Out of a sample of 100 rape cases, only one ended with the rapist serving time in prison, according to an analysis carried out for the EU Commission.

Belgian police officers charged in major investigation

Belgian police officers charged in major investigation

Three police officers were arrested on Tuesday in Brussels, as part of an investigation against a criminal organisation within the Traveller community operating in Belgium.

One week from elections, outgoing government has no majority, poll says

One week from elections, outgoing government has no majority, poll says

With the federal, regional and European elections one week and one day away, Le Soir has announced the results of its Grand Barometer poll on the likely results of the federal election.

Events surrounding death of two-year-old Mawda to be reconstructed

Events surrounding death of two-year-old Mawda to be reconstructed

The Office of the Public Prosecutor (OPP) in Mons will conduct a reconstruction of the circumstances surrounding the death of Mawda, the two-year-old Iraqi Kurdish girl killed by a police bullet, La Dernière Heure reported on Friday.

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