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In what could be one of the most impressive urban regeneration projects Brussels has ever seen, the Avenue de la Toison d'Or and the Boulevard de Waterloo in the upper part of the city centre will
A “very clear" meteorite was observed over parts of Western Europe early on Friday morning, according to the Mira Observatory, located in Grimbergen, Flanders.
Police authorities in Brussels fear repercussions among an already suspicious and frustrated populace after a video surfaced online showing two officers making racist and homophobic remarks while
The fire at the Palais des Beaux-Arts – Bozar – in Brussels on Monday night has caused more damage than first thought, according to the city’s Building Authority.
From now on, all plastic packaging will be able to go into PMC/PMD blue refuse bags.
The decision by a police court magistrate in a speeding case heard last October does not pose a danger to the newly introduced Zone 30 in the Brussels Region, the office of mobility minister Elke
On Tuesday, Manuel Martinez, a victim of the terrorist attack on Brussels International Airport in Zaventem on 22 March 2016, underwent surgery for the 34th time.
Ten years ago, more than a third of the inhabitants of the Brussels region had a Belgian background, now it is a quarter, according to a report from Statbel, the Belgian statistics agency.
The City of Brussels has given the green light to modified plans for the redevelopment of the Place Royale.