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Brussels Explained: Lisa Bradshaw

A Belgian police dog on patrol with its handler (BELGA PHOTO YORICK JANSENS)
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In a bid to protect police dogs from assaults and attacks with deadly weapons, Brussels West police have issued 11 of their canine colleagues with specially designed stab vests.

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How can we improve quality of life and accessibility in Brussels? What are the consequences of Brexit for Brits in Brussels?

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Brussels Explained: Alan De Bruyne

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One in four people worldwide, and one in six in the European Union, will experience a mental illness at some point in their lifetime.

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Around 2,000 people demonstrated on Wednesday morning at the Schuman end of the Rue de la Loi, in the heart of the European district in Brussels, to denounce Azerbaijan's attacks on Armenia.

Cars driving down a main street in Brussels (BELGA)
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A majority of Brussels households do not have a car, according to a new report compiled by Belgian statistical agency Statbel.

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All bars and cafes in the Brussels region must close tomorrow, Thursday 8 October, for one month, to limit the spread of coronavirus.

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After two years of renovation and redevelopment, Rue Neuve – the best known and busiest pedestrian street in Belgium - was officially reopened at the weekend.

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