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Police arrests after riots in Anderlecht
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Police arrested around 100 people over the weekend following protests in Anderlecht provoked by the death of a 19-year-old man, report local media.

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The poorest neighbourhoods in Brussels also have the highest concentrations of fine particulates in the air.

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As part of this year's Offscreen Festival, Brussels' Cinematek is showing a range of weird and wonderful films about time travel in March.

asbl Diogenes helping the homeless in Brussels
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That’s the opinion of Bert De Bock who works on the frontline of the homelessness crisis in Belgium.

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The longest road tunnel in Brussels, Leopold II, will be reduced to one lane heading into the city centre for a month, starting next Monday.

The Grand Place turned red, blue and white in honour of the UK
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There were mutterings of black armbands being worn to the Brexit farewell event Brussels Calling organised by the city of Brussels on Thursday evening.

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The Brussels Marathon looks set to go ahead in 2020, with a revised route, following calls for it to be cancelled due to last year's poor turnout.

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Belgium's first night train in more than 15 years will pull into Brussels Midi station on Monday morning, carrying passengers from Vienna.

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