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Australia’s minister for foreign affairs, Julie Bishop, was in West Flanders at the weekend to mark Anzac Day.
About 1,000 people took to the streets of Brussels on Thursday carrying coffins in a mock funeral procession to mourn the deaths of thousands of migrants attempting to cross the Mediterranean Sea.
Antwerp’s major shopping street, the Meir, will soon form the backdrop for Belgium’s longest outdoor catwalk.
Flanders’ minister-president Geert Bourgeois is in Ypres today for the commemoration of an event that turned the course of the First World War exactly 100 years ago: the first large-scale poison g
Leuven can rightly consider itself a beer city, if only by virtue of being the home of the world’s largest brewer, AB InBev.
Brussels’ Rits café will next week start with a monthly comedy night in English.
Belgian theatre director Ivo Van Hove received the Laurence Olivier Award for best director during a ceremony at the Royal Opera House in London yesterday.
Alexander Kristoff became the first Norwegian to win the Tour of Flanders bike race, outpowering and outsmarting his rivals on Sunday in a chaotic edition of the cobbled one-day c