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Belgium remains optimistic despite radicalism and violence among refugees
At least 20 refugees have been marked for radicalization in Belgian asylum centers. Remarkable detail: those are only since March 1st, 2016. Minister of Asylum and Integration Theo Francken now wants...

>Twenty refugees marked as radicalized since only 1st of March
>”These are refugees who watch ISIS propaganda, justify terrorism and meet with people we know have fought for ISIS in Syria.”

BUT WE WILL ONLY ACT IF THESE RADICALIZED REFUGEES COMMIT A PUNISHABLE OFFENCE

>36 underage refugees have been transferred to another center for violence in only the last three months
>”Knife fights are nothing unusual in asylum centers but luckily not a lot of people get hurt and we don’t make those incidents public.”

BUT WE ARE AT THE TOP WHEN IT COMES TO TREATMENT OF UNDERAGE REFUGEES

Belgiums Minister of Asylum and Integration, ladies and gentlemen..

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Every Spring This Forest In Belgium Becomes A Blue Wonderland

There’s a mystical forest in Belgium, not far from Brussels, that will take your breath away if you visit it in April or May. Every spring, Hallebros, or Bois de Hal (Halle Forest in Dutch), a beautiful 552 ha forest, is carpeted with a thick layer of bluebell flowers.

Being in this forest during the bluebell season is a spectacular experience. Visiting would be best during weekdays, as it is packed with tourists and local visitors on weekends. Naturally, picking the flowers in this wood is strictly forbidden in order to preserve its extraordinary natural heritage.

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