Seven youths were arrested for a gang rape that was filmed and broadcast on social media, the Liège prosecutor confirmed to RTLinfo on Sunday.

Over 1 in 4 Flemish people feel poor

Monday, 20 May 2019 11:02
Over 25% of Flemish people feel poor, or relatively poor, according to tv channel VTM's Grote Geldenquête (the Big Money Survey).
Cyberstalking rages against young female politicians, La Libre and DH.be published, based on various testimonies.
Twenty hockey fans were electrocuted en masse during a match near Antwerp, after lightning from a high-tension wire struck the field and spread through the stands during victory celebrations.
A school in Namur was temporarily evacuated on Monday after personnel received letters threatening of a terrorist attack on school grounds, which authorities soon declared fake.
Belgium has been placed under yellow alert after heavy showers, and lightning storms swept through the country this weekend, prompting an emergency evacuation from a retirement home and bringing rail traffic to a standstill in the early hours of Monday after lightning struck a section of the rails.
Ben Weyts, Flemish minister for mobility and public works, has approved spending of two million euros to convert the tow-path on the Brussels-Charleroi canal into a “cycle freeway” between Brussels and Halle.
Around 100,000 people took part in yesterday's Pride Parade in Brussels, the 24th edition of the event.
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.
The Bpost stamp printing plant is celebrating its 150th anniversary.