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Stay current with all the latest and breaking news about Limburg, Flanders, compare headlines and perspectives between news sources on stories happening today. In total, 1,276 stories have been published about Limburg, Flanders which Ground News has aggregated in the past 3 months.
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Limburg, Flanders · Limburg
Total turnaround in Limburg: Racing Genk erases Koita's fast hat trick and keeps it at home against STVV
A total turnaround. Racing Genk fought back against STVV in the Limburg derby after falling 0-3 behind halftime. Given the circumstances, that's a point won for the Genkies.See the Story
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Riots · Sint-Truiden
LIVE. Follow the Sint-Truiden City Council here
Tonight, the Sint-Truiden City Council will take place. Follow them live here with text and updates from 8 p.m.See the Story
Zonhoven · Zonhoven
They met in a dance tent, 70 years later, Jef and Maria are still just as in love
Seventy years ago, Maria Vranken (93) and Jef Meuwissen (93) from Zonhoven got married. The spark spread in the dance tent at the fair. The secret to a good marriage? “Be content and be kind to each other.”See the Story
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Genk · Genk
In a novel, Genkenaar shares harrowing situations from special youth care: “Half litres on the table and excrement on the ground”
Poverty, addiction and crime in a Genk family at the edge of society. That is the subject of 'The Maralingas', a novel by Junior Leroux (35). De Genkenaar based on his sometimes harrowing experiences as a mediator in special youth care.See the Story
Diepenbeek · Diepenbeek
Infrabel installs fencing next to the Diepenbeek railway station to prevent railway walking.
Railway manager Infrabel is investing in fencing next to the tracks in Diepenbeek to prevent railroads. Two weeks ago, a railway runner, a 76-year-old man from Kortessem, died. Infrabel is strongly committed to safety, because after the works, the first staircase for pedestrians has now also been reopened. A total of five staircases were overhauled because there was a problem with the drainage and the stairs were too slippery in the winter. That…See the Story