The National Festival will pay homage to the end of World War I and the five-year reign of King Philippe, various authorities announced on Monday on presenting the activities planned for the 2018 edition of the festival.
Antwerp’s photography museum is organising a guided tour that will only be open to visitors who don't mind leaving their clothes at the entrance.
Among the victims of the two-day rail strike which began last night: scouts and other children heading for summer camp as the school holidays get off to a start.
Steve Ditko, the co-creator of popular super-hero Spiderman, passed away on the 29th of June.
Thousands of people flocked to the Grand-Place in Brussels on Wednesday night to witness the first Ommegang pageant for this year.
The 29th edition of the world and urban music festival Couleur Café, in Osseghem Park, Brussels, closed Sunday with an estimated attendance of 65,500 participants.
Ed Sheeran wowed the 65,000 fans who flocked to the Werchter plain on Sunday evening with a long series of hits and a show of support for the Red Devils.
The processing of the French and Belgian request for First World War memorial sites to be made Unesco World Heritage sites has been delayed until 2021, the association that cares for First World War landscapes and memorial sites revealed on Sunday. 

Belgian adventurer missing in France

Sunday, 01 July 2018 10:24
The Belgian extreme sportsman and stuntman Marc Sluszny has been reported missing during a diving trip in France.
The 29th Couleur Café world and urban music festival opened in Brussels on Friday, near the Atomium.