The remains of a New Zealand soldier who died in World War One have been found in Belgium, writes the New Zealand Herald. The New Zealand Defence Force said the remains were found in Mesen (Messines), West Flanders, in April, with two NZ Infantry badges.
It’s red versus blue on November 6 as voters go to the polls to choose the next president of the United States of America.
More than half of children are not wearing car seatbelts correctly, the Belgian institute for road safety (ISBR) warned today. Worse, one in 10 don’t wear a seatbelt at all. In 2010, 1,821 children under 12 were involved in road accidents resulting in injuries, including 77 deaths.
A loophole in the Belgian law regulating the sale of gold means that Belgium, and Antwerp in particular, has become a haven for people wishing to launder the metal, reports De Tijd.
Wealthy French families are buying five to six properties in Brussels every day, De Standaard and Het Nieuwsblad report. Estate agent Engel & Völkers sells on average one house a day to French buyers. Last year, 800 French families left their country to settle abroad.