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'
A man called police claiming he was wearing a bomb vest but no explosives were found
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
Belgium will rejoin the international coalition against Isis and begin launching air strikes in Syria for the first time, its government has announced.
Two suspects are taken to hospital with gunshot wounds while two others are injured when their car crashes
'We know they don't really have a grip on the terrorist situation in Belgium,' a Green Party MEP has said
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The politican says there is a 'cancer' of extremism running through Belgian society
The proposal, which is expected to become law later this year, does not apply to asylum seekers
Staff at Zaventem Airport have said that re-opening 'is not possible in the devastated infrastructure'
'They marched into the square and started a major confrontation', one eyewitness said
The Brussels’ suburb has come to be regarded as the germination centre for Islamist terrorism in Europe