- "Twenty Dutch mayors on Tuesday in Vilvoorde, Belgium participated in a conference on radicalization. Belgian and Dutch cities and municipalities have similar experiences Syriëstrijders and jihadism, reason to share experience and lessons learned."
"The mayors agreed to continue the practice and cross-border cooperation through \"a network of professionals who exchange best practices and share knowledge. \"Among others, Ahmed Aboutaleb of Rotterdam, Jozias van Aartsen of The Hague and the mayors of Gouda, Zoetermeer and Delft participated in the consultations, as well as National Coordinator for Counterterrorism and Security Dick Schoof."
"The concert took place at the initiative of the Dutch ambassador in Brussels and the Belgian ambassador in The Hague and is a sequel to the mayor conference on radicalization held in Delft in 2014. Because of the \"essential\" role in preventing and combating radicalization is of great importance across the border and maintain contacts between the various municipalities, to share knowledge and experience and work effectively together, according to the Dutch embassy in Belgium.\n \n \n \n \n 1:53\n \n Lower Turk goes loose on harassing vloggers\n \n \n \n 3:57\n \n Rotten vs. vloggers \"limit is reached\"\n \n \n \n 2:40\n \n Hangover after victory for Lutes"
"Antwerp and several municipalities in the Brussels region also delegated their mayor, but the city of Brussels, Yvan Mayeur, was absent. According to his spokesman for agenda reasons."