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The City of Brussels has given its approval to a new car sharing service, Getaround.

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Belgium’s longest road tunnel, Leopold II, connecting Place Rogier to Koekelberg Basilica, which reopened on Monday, will be given a female name.

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Brussels Explained

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Will citizen participation help steer Brussels through the coronavirus crisis? What's the history of the city's Pride parade?

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Brussels, unlike just about all other European cities, has not had an outdoor swimming pool since the 1970s.

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The Brussels region wants to create an inventory of all of its underground spaces, which could potentially be used to respond to population growth and urban densification.

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A Brussels sociology student has started a Twitter platform for rape victims in the city to share their stories, with the hashtag #BalanceTonWilly.

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Coronavirus cancelled most events in Brussels for months on end, but the pandemic could not put paid to the city's oldest folkloric tradition this Sunday - the 712th annual planting of the Meyboom

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Brussels has relaunched its competition to find the best prawn croquettes in the capital, for a third year running.

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