A day dedicated to peace and remembrance was organised this Friday in Molenbeek-Saint-Jean, three years to the day after the Brussels Attacks.
Exactly three years ago today, two bombs exploded at Brussels Airport; an hour later, another bomb exploded on board a metro train in Maalbeek station.
Train traffic has been interrupted between Herentals and Turnhout since 5.20 a.m on Friday. 
To mark the commemoration of the Brussels bombings, the Manneken-Pis statue in Brussels has been dressed as a firefighter.
STIB will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the 28 line by running old versions of the bus along it, the Brussels transport operator has announced.
Skeyes expects that the consequences of strikes held on Thursday by air traffic controllers will extend into the day and into the night, a spokesman said this afternoon.
A new De Lijn bus terminal at the Gare du Nord in Brussels will not be built for the next few years, Bruzz reported on Thursday.
Around 500 high school and university students demonstrated on the streets of Brussels on Thursday, according to police figures.

Wolves on the rise in Belgium

Thursday, 21 March 2019 13:42
After a sheep was found dead on Thursday morning in Limburg the Flemish Agency for Nature and Forests (ANB) has announced it will examine whether a wolf caused this death.

Major disruptions at Brussels Airport

Thursday, 21 March 2019 12:22
Brussels Airport has been hit hard by the Belgian Air Traffic Controllers' strike action, which is causing delays of over two on some Brussels Airlines flights.