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The 48th edition of the Dodentocht, or 'death march' on Saturday saw 8,582 participants reach the finish line after completing the gruelling 100km tour through Antwerp province, the or

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Brussels' landmark bronze sculpture of a boy peeing, Manneken Pis, has received a stylish headdress of flowers on the occasion of Flowertime.

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Two Brussels women, Laura and Caroline, are planning to swim from Gibraltar to Morocco next year in June, reports Bruzz.

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Brussels Airlines this year launched its new 'party flights' concept, just in time for the Tomorrowland music festival, which starts on Friday.

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In celebration of Belgium's national holiday on 21 July, many of the capital's monuments and buildings are illuminated in the Belgian tricolour: black, yellow and red, writes Bruzz.

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About 600 people on Sunday participated in a march to demand the closure of all Brussels slaughterhouses, writes news website 7sur7.

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Between 100 and 200 people on Sunday evening gathered at the steps of the Bourse in Brussels to commemorate the victims of Saturday's attacks in the Afghan capital Kabul and London, wr

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For the second time in history, Brussels will host the start of the Tour de France cycling event.

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British pop star Robbie Williams arrived yesterday in Brussels where he is rehearsing in Heysel's Palais 5 for his upcoming world tour, The Heavy Entertainment Show, which comes to Bel

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