A new agreement between Belgium and the Netherlands has just come into force, giving Holland two peninsulas the size of 23 football fields. The discovery of a decapitated body caused the change of borders to clarify the jurisdictional problems. The curious border situation focuses on the area between the eastern Belgian municipality of Vise and the south-western Dutch municipality of Eijsden, separated by the Meuse river. With the new agreement, the border between both countries in the area will be drawn by the center of the river.

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