The Brussels’ Saint-Jacques neighbourhood, a preferred nightlife spot for members of the LGBTQ community, has created a nightlife charter, the first of its kind in the Belgian capital.
On thirty different locations all over Brussels, the movement Fifty Shades of Racism used graffiti tags to show that racism is a daily reality for many people.
The Brussels police arrested three migrants who wanted to spend the night at the De Lijn bus stops under the Gare du Nord during the weekend of 18 and 19 May.
A suspect has been arrested in the case of a woman stabbed in the middle of the street on April 2 on Chaussée de Ninove in Anderlecht.
Buses from transport company De Lijn will resume service in their designated stops in Brussels’ Gare du Nord station on Monday from 10:00 AM.
After a thrilling voting process to the very end, Duncan Laurence with Arcade from the Netherlands won the Eurovision Song Contest early Sunday morning in Tel Aviv.
The protected cycle lanes in rue Belliard in Brussels are finally ready.
The new Hal Vilvorde Prosecutor, Ine Van Wymersch, wants to put a security plan in place to combat criminal activity at Zaventem airport.
The Office of the Public Prosecutor (OPP) in Mons will conduct a reconstruction of the circumstances surrounding the death of Mawda, the two-year-old Iraqi Kurdish girl killed by a police bullet, La Dernière Heure reported on Friday.
Brussels Airport will organise its biannual large-scale disaster drill on Saturday afternoon in collaboration with the fire department, Flemish Brabant province, the Red Cross and the police, the airport’s management said on Friday.