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More than 20,000 trees have been felled in the Brussels-Capital Region over the last two years, according to figures released by the Groen party in the regional parliament.
As part of a pilot project in collaboration with citydev.brussels, the Brussels government wants to stimulate companies to hire Brussels residents, writes Metro.
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.
Runners from the Humans Welcome project on Sunday afternoon arrived in Brussels after travelling nearly 3,000 km from the Greek island of Lesbos.
Terror suspect Salah Abdeslam, who is currently incarcerated in France, should never be allowed to return to Belgium, according to state secretary for asylum and migration Theo Francke
The Brussels parliament has voted for a proposal to reopen the European debate on parental leave, writes Bruzz.
The Grand Parade organised by grassroots political movements Hart Boven Hard and Tout Autre Chose on Sunday drew at least 14,000 people to the Brussels canal zone, according to Brusselnieuws.
The University of Leuven (KU Leuven) is taking measures to battle the publication pressure that threatens to devalue quality of research, rector Rik Torfs told De Morgen
The brewing industry, drinks wholesalers and the drinks service sector in Belgium have agreed to sit down to talks with the federal government to negotiate a code of conduct for contracts with cafe