Stumbling Stones unveiled in Antwerp to commemorate victims of Nazi persecution

The city of Antwerp has approved the installation of 50 new memorials to commemorate the victims of the Nazi persecution during war, in addition to the existing 107 “stumbling stones” already in place.

Neo-Nazi music festival in Ypres cancelled after widespread criticism

After coming under widespread criticism, Ypres city council has revoked the permit of the controversial Frontnacht festival that was due to feature musicians with clear links to neo-Nazi and fascist groups in Europe

Antwerp University suspends staff for “unacceptable statements” about Moroccans and Jews

The University of Antwerp (UA) has suspended two employees who made "unacceptable...

Brussels parliament votes against banning religious slaughter

The Brussels regional parliament rejected a proposal to ban the slaughter of animals without stunning.

Brussels Parliament rejects ban on religious slaughter

The Environment Committee of the Brussels Regional Parliament rejected a proposal to ban religious slaughter in the Belgian capital.

Andrée Geulen, Belgian Resistance fighter and Righteous Among the Nations, dies at 100

Andrée Geulen-Herscovici, Belgian Resistance fighter and Righteous Among the Nations, made an honorary citizen of the municipality of Ixelles/Elsene, Brussels, dies at the age of 100.

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