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The list of participants continues to grow for a large protest in Brussels, planned for the day before US President Donald Trump's visit to Brussels on 25 May.
“On Thursday, 11 May, the most beautiful square in the world will once again fulfill its old role as market square,” announced the Brussels alderwoman for economic affairs Marion Leme
The large water fountain at Brussels' Mont des Arts is open again, after more than a year of renovations. Minister Jan Jambon was present for the reopening ceremony, writes Bruzz.
Belgian actor Matthias Schoenaerts was spotted by a fan in Ostend at the weekend.
The Royal Galleries of Saint-Hubert, Brussels' famous glazed shopping arcade, is celebrating its 170th anniversary with the installation of a a new, dynamic and ecological lighting sy
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 oth
The first edition of a new weekly evening market in the capital took place on Wednesday on Place Jean Rey.
The Brussels-Capital Region has applied for Unesco World Heritage status for its traditional Ommegang pageant, a reconstruction of the son of Emperor Charles V's entry in Brussels in
A petition launched by the organisation Animal Rights calling for the immediate and permanent closure of a slaughterhouse in Tielt, West Flanders, has gathered more than 130,000 signa