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Animals, farming, forestry and food… for its 81st edition, Libramont Fair is preparing once again to show off its agricultural know-how to visitors fr
About 320 people visited the official residence of Prime Minister Charles Michel on Tuesday at 16 Rue de la Loi, on the occasion of the national holiday.
At a time when the world wasn’t considered a global village yet, Sfinks used to bring exotic sounds from all over the planet to the small village of Boechout.
The new Francophone Scrabble world champion is a New Zealander who does not speak a word of French.
Members of Brussels’ green party Groen Brussel on Sunday took part in the Big Jump, an event which sees thousands of European citizens go for a swim in their local rivers, lakes and waterways
More than 1,000 people have visited Ghent University’s botanical garden to admire a rare plant that has bloomed for the first time in 10 years.
Fire stations around the world held a minute’s silence on Thursday at 20.00 Belgian time, to mark the 30,000th Last Post ceremony taking place at that moment under the Menin Gate in Ypres.
The operators of attractions at the annual Sinksenfoor fair in Antwerp are reporting as much as 40% less income this year compared to last year.
The first Brussels edition of the DH Urban Trail race took place on Sunday, with more than 4,000 athletes participating with a run along some of the city’s most popular cultural spots.