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The Brussels region wants to discourage drivers from buying over-sized 4x4s, by introducing a higher rate of road tax.

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The Belgian capital lives up to its reputation as a creative hotspot with a feast of current and upcoming exhibitions filling its cultural agenda this season.

Winner Obada Otabashi We Exist MoneyGram Awards
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Brussels-based Syrian refugee Obada Otabashi (pictured, above) was one of the three top winners at the first European MoneyGram Awards 2019

Brussels celebrates its liberation in 1944
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Belgium is marking the 100th anniversary of its liberation from Nazi occupation during WWII with a year-long calendar of events.

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About 400 people dressed in black gathered in Brussels city centre on Sunday afternoon in protest at the eventual conditional release of paedophile and child killer Marc Dutroux and the release alr

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From fine dining to brasseries, cosy bistros and street food, Brussels has food at its heart.

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Staff at a central Brussels restaurant caught an 80cm-long snake on Tuesday.

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A Brussels Frenchman has won the 2020 Gault & Millau title of the best chocolate maker in the city.

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