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Famous Belgian comic book heroes Blake and Mortimer will continue their search for the author of the mysterious yellow ‘M’ when they reappear on another wall on the Rue du Temple, in the Marolles
One of the last survivors of the Auschwitz extermination camp, Paul Sobol, died earlier this week in Brussels, his son announced on Wednesday.
The days of the famous Coca-Cola sign at De Brouckère in Brussels appear to be numbered after state secretary for urban planning Pascal Smet indicated that a new licence for the huge advertising b
The second wave of the coronavirus pandemic has led to the closure of many of Brussels’ restaurants and bars, the cancellation of most major events and the installation of a curfew in the capital
The civil court in Brussels issued an order on Thursday ruling in favour of the municipality of Uccle in the dispute between it and Brussels-City over the closure of the Bois de la Cambre.
A new art installation featuring thousands of tiny origami structures has been created in the Saint-Hubert royal galleries in Brussels.
Police seized around 30 animals from a so-called educational farm on Rue Saint-Denis on the border between Anderlecht and Forest in Brussels on Tuesday evening.
The mayor of the City of Brussels, Philippe Close, has expressed his wish that the Brussels region would give a boost to the issuing of permits for the Neo 1 project to redevelop part of the Heyse
A survey undertaken by aid organisation Bruss'Help to determine the number of homeless people in Brussels took place on Monday night between 23.00 and midnight.