Journal BE is like a daily newspaper that is delivered each day to the email inbox. What is important in Belgium today? Who’s meeting who in Brussels? When is the economy booming in Antwerp? Where do people live in East Belgium? What is life like as part of the “Euro bubble”?
Belgium is trilingual: German is the national language. Officially only in nine municipalities of the province of Liège, but several tens of thousands of people in the capital Brussels and in the other two regions Flanders and Wallonia speak German as their mother tongue or as a second language. Belgium is multilingual, Brussels is the modern Babel. But fast information needs to be read and understood quickly. We summarize all important news and events of the day at a glance for German-speaking readers.
Decisions by EU institutions, debates in Belgian politics, Brussels local news: Journal BE keeps track of news and delivers an email summary every day at 6am. Events of German-speaking and other institutions, real estate, cars, travel, sports: Journal BE knows and sets trends.