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By 2023, Axa's former headquarters in Watermaal-Bosvoorde should be completely renovated, housing a hotel, an open-air swimming pool, restaurant and a lot of office space.
Every two years, Brussels firefighters pose in various stages of undress for their charity calendar. This year, for the first time, the calendar will only be available online.
The half-term holidays in Brussels are an opportunity for families to get out and explore a museum, head to the cinema or enjoy a swim. But this is 2020, and things are different.
Officers from Belgian Customs and Excise dismantled an illegal cigarette factory in Molenbeek-Saint-Jean, Brussels, on Tuesday, according to a statement issued by the government department.
Posters featuring caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad by the French cartoonist Charb were put up in various places in Brussels last week.
The Brussels region has reintroduced the requirement to wear a mask in all public places and extended the curfew from 22.00 to 6.00 every day, from Monday 26 October.
Tour & Taxis' illustrious history dates from the 16th century when it was the site of a horse-based postal service linking the low countries with the rest
About 100 Guinean nationals demonstrated near the Guinean embassy on Boulevard Auguste Reyers in Schaerbeek on Thursday, to protest against government violence towards voters in the West African n