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More than €1 million will be given to different cycling infrastructure projects in Brussels, provided by the Bikes in Brussels Fund, managed by the King Baudouin Foundation.

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Brussels’ Kanal museum, set to launch in its final and definitive Pompidou version in less than three years’ time, will now not open its doors until spring/summer 2024 at the earliest, the Kanal c

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Belgium has returned to its rightful home an ancient Mayan mask more than 1,000 years old.

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Since the launch of Brussels' local currency, the zinne, in March last year, more than 100,000 zinnes have entered in circulation in the Belgian capital.

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A trial between American ride-booking platform Uber and the Belgian Taxi Federation (FeBet) is starting this Friday at Brussels appeals court.

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With the near-deserted streets of lockdown Brussels a distant memory, increased traffic as people go back to work and school has exacerbated traditional friction between cars and bicycles.

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Baby boxes – where mothers can leave their unwanted newborns safely – may seem like something straight out of Victorian London.

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Annemie Schaus, 55, newly elected rector of the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) for the next four years, wants to maintain an “open, united and enthusiastic” university.

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