Clara Maes insisted she wasn’t behind the 2015 stabbing murder of her friend, who had named her as heir to the majority of her fortune.
The alliance of parties from four distinct political backgrounds, nicknamed after the famous composer's "Four Seasons", follows 653 days of temporary arrangements.
The COVID-19 incidence rate in the capital is more than double the national rate at 502 vs 238 cases per 100,000 inhabitants.
Will a meeting between UK PM Boris Johnson and EU chief Ursula Von der Leyen on Saturday help break the deadlock?
A court in Brussels on Thursday recognised Delphine Boel, 52, as the former monarch's daughter. She can now be called princess "Delphine of Saxe Coburg."
The country has been without an elected government since December 2018.
"There will be no immunity for those who are responsible for the crackdown on demonstrators and opposition politicians," Ursula von der Leyen said.
Today (Wednesday), after nearly 500 days of intensive negotiations, the programme for a government led by Flemish liberal Alexander De Croo was finalised.
Vera Jourova was speaking as the EU published its first-ever report on democratic values in the 27-country bloc.
Belgium's death toll from the virus passed 10,000 on Wednesday as cases soared in the UK, breaking its daily new cases record.
The Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought, first inaugurated in 1988, honours people or groups who defend human rights around the globe.
French journalists in Brussels complain Commission uses too much English
Towering 50 metres above ground, guests can enjoy their dinner safely in line with coronavirus restrictions as the high-flying dining experience
The former monarch officially recognised Delphine Boël as his daughter in January 2020 after DNA tests proved he was her father.
"This won't be easy, as there are different interpretations on the table, but I'm totally convinced that we'll find a solution," European Council President Charles Michel told Euronews.
The European School in Brussels reopens for first time since the Belgian government imposed lockdown measures back in March
Pierre David was Verviers's first-ever mayor after Belgium became independent in 1830. The century-old urban legend that his heart was buried in a fountain was last month revealed to be real.