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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.
The capital’s appetite for takeaway food is booming during the confinement period.
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.
A new virtual e-commerce platform, supported by the government of the Brussels-Capital Region, has been launched to compete with Amazon.
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
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.
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
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.