Rules have been amended to permit doctor-assisted death for minors in a hopeless medical situation
Marieke Vervoort, 37, suffers from an incurable degenerative muscle disease
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Arsonists were attempting to destroy files, Belgian authorities say
Federal prosecutors say they are taking the threats 'seriously'
Isis media arm, citing ‘security source’ says assailant acted in response to calls to carry out terror attacks in Europe
Fatima Aberkan's freedom comes with conditions that include a ban on her visiting Molenbeek, Brussels, which has longstanding issues with radicalisation
Man has been arrested following the incident in the early hours of Sunday morning
The man is a student studying radiation at a university in Brussels
A Belgian court has ruled that Facebook can track users whether they're logged in or not
'Finally we will get rid of the biggest waste in the EU budget – your salary,' says Guy Verhofstadt
Prosecution spokesperson says it is 'too soon to talk about a terror attack'
First-ever rankings aim to highlight which universities have the greatest impact on global economy
Euthanasia has been legal in Belgium since 2002 in cases of 'constant and unbearable physical or mental suffering'
Twenty-seven other passengers were treated at the scene as a result of the accident
Police said they found 'traces' of a plot to launch a new attack in Belgium