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Illustration shows a visit to 'Justitia', the new courtroom at the former Nato headquarters building, in Haren, Brussels, Thursday 03 December 2020. 'Justitia' will accommodate the biggest trials in Belgium. (BELGA PHOTO ERIC LALMAND)
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Nearly five years and nine months after the Brussels terror attacks, the pre-trial proceedings in the case against the accused begin on Monday morning.

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The capital’s appetite for takeaway food is booming during the confinement period.

Car sharing vehicles from the company Zipcar in Brussels (BELGA PHOTO THIERRY ROGE)
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A new online tool, developed by Autodelen.net, Test-Achats and Brussels Mobility, will help Brussels residents to calculate how much car sharing costs compared to owning a car.

This illustration picture shows online payment with a Belgian credit card (BELGA PHOTO JONAS HAMERS)
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A new virtual e-commerce platform, supported by the government of the Brussels-Capital Region, has been launched to compete with Amazon.

Demonstrators pictured during the start of the longest demonstration (three days) organised by the coalition Climate Belgium (Greenpeace, BBL, Oxfam solidarity, Youth for Climate), Monday 30 November 2020, in Brussels. During sixty hours, sixty demonstrators relay in Namur and Brussels to ask for more ambitions of governments. (BELGA PHOTO ERIC LALMAND)
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A large-scale 60-hour climate demonstration began on the Boulevard du Régent in Brussels at 15.00 on Monday, in front of the headquarters of the minister-president of the Brussels government Rudi

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM: Vice President of the United States Joseph Biden gives a press conference after his first meeting at the Nato headquarters in Brussels, Tuesday 10 March 2009. (BELGA PHOTO OLIVIER PAPEGNIES)
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US president-elect Joe Biden has been invited to a Nato summit in Brussels in early 2021, the organisation's secretary general Jens Stoltenberg has announced.

Workers install the Christmas tree on the Brussels Grand-Place - Grote Markt square in the Brussels historic city center, Thursday 19 November 2020. BELGA PHOTO ERIC LALMAND
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People once again flooded into the Grand-Place in Brussels on Sunday night to admire the Christmas lights and tree, a day after politicians and health experts called on the public to abide by the

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Brussels Cultural Guide 2021

Illustration picture shows a part of the ancient Brussels enclosure wall that collapsed at the playground of a school at the rue des Alexiens/ Cellebroersstraat, in Brussels, Monday 19 November 2018. (BELGA PHOTO THIERRY ROGE)
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In the early morning of 28 November 2018, a wall dating from the 13th century collapsed in the city centre of Brussels, behind the Rue des Alexiens.

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