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Lights for Rights is back, with a one-year anniversary of its solidarity protest with the Women’s March on Washington.

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All rail lines are currently running, said Belgian national railway SNCB spokesman Thierry Ney at 7.45 on Tuesday.

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Three trade unions will come together to protest against controversial government pension reforms on Tuesday morning.

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This month it was 200 mayors, next month it’s 2,000 members of the Catalan branch of the ICEC, a group based in Brussels that lobbies the EU to recognise European regions’ demands for self-determin

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Belgium's socialist trade union promises a 'hot autumn' starting in September “in order to highlight the problematic austerity measures of prime minister Charles Michel's government”,

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Every mayor of Brussels has been immortalised with a bust in the staircase of City Hall since the tradition started in 1830, but a new petition making the rounds aims to prevent the ci

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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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Hundreds of people gathered at Brussels' Mont des Arts on Thursday afternoon, to take part in a conference and accompanying 'demonstration to end violence against women and girls'.

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An email from the Faculty of Medicine at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) has caused uproar for urging its female students to show up to the graduation c

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