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About 250 people gathered in Brussels on Saturday to take part in the March for Science, a series of rallies and marches originating in Washington, D.C., and held in more than 600 othe

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Spring in Brussels means the Peregrine falcons are again nesting in the city's high towers, which can be followed live via streaming.

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In front of the Bourse in Brussels city centre on Sunday, a man was arrested after he attacked several people with a kitchen knife. One victim's ear was injured in the incident.

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The results of a poll conducted by Le Soir and market research firm Ipsos reveal that 66% of Brussels residents feel safe in the capital, an increase on May last year, when th

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The United Kingdom on Wednesday officially made known its decision to leave the European Union, but the British monuments at Brussels' Mini Europe family park will stay for the time be

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The public memorial commissioned to Brussels artist Jean-Henri Compère was unveiled near the Schuman Roundabout on Wednesday, exactly one year after the terror attacks in Brussels Airp

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A number of commemorative events were held across Brussels on Wednesday, one year after the terror attacks that took the lives of 32 people and left more than 300 injured, report vario

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US President Donald Trump will meet with the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation heads of state in Brussels on 25 May, the White House has confirmed.

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This summer, the city of Brussels and the non-profit Brussels Major Events will organise a cycling race in the streets of the capital.

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