Three trucks collided shortly after 9:00 AM on Wednesday on the E42 motorway in Gouy-lez-Piéton in the direction of Liège.
The Belgian rail authority SNCB scored the lowest total for timekeeping in a survey of 13 European countries, De Tijd and L'Echo report.

A search was conducted in the Federal Bureau for Mobility and Transport (SPF Mobilité) on Wednesday, after suspicions emerged that an employee there may have cooperated with a large vehicle-trafficking gang that was dismantled this month.

Of the 39 Walloon communes considered to be in a "dead zone" in 2016, all were now connected, although there were still some remaining areas without an internet connection, the Walloon minister responsible for digital affairs, Pierre-Yves Jeholet, announced on Wednesday.
The third biggest earthquake ever in Groningen occurred early Wednesday morning, due to gas extraction happening close by.
Video game giant Nintendo has announced that a number of its games will soon not be available on the Belgian market due to Belgian legislation regarding in-game lootboxes.

No trains are stopping in Brussels’ Delta metro station after it was shut down due to a gas leak on Wednesday morning.

With the elections a few days away, the Climate Coalition has pointed out that "the right political climate must form the backbone of future governments."
Wednesday, 22 May 2019 11:31

Teen knocked over by car in Schaerbeek

A sixteen-year old was taken to the hospital after she was hit by a car in the Brussels municipality of Schaerbeek Tuesday morning.

Belgium’s largest police union has issued a “wake-up call” to the government over the number of candidates applying for a job within the force, which is dropping year by year, putting further pressure on units already short of personnel.

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