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The capital is in party mode this weekend as the annual Iris Festival takes over city centre streets.

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Australia’s minister for foreign affairs, Julie Bishop, was in West Flanders at the weekend to mark Anzac Day.

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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.

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Antwerp’s major shopping street, the Meir, will soon form the backdrop for Belgium’s longest outdoor catwalk.

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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

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Leuven can rightly consider itself a beer city, if only by virtue of being the home of the world’s largest brewer, AB InBev.

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Brussels’ Rits café will next week start with a monthly comedy night in English.

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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.

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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

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