Yesterday evening (Wednesday) the municipal council of Molenbeek-Saint-Jean adopted by, a large majority, a new motion. This is intended to safeguard human rights and the application of international law in the field of public procurement.
From Saturday to Monday next week, all train traffic will be interrupted between the Brussels-South and Brussels-North stations.
The so-called Order of the Brussels Moustache yesterday (Sunday) chose Jean-Pierre De Norre as the winner of the prize for the “Finest Moustache in Brussels”.
The Paris Stock Exchange began the week with a flying start the day after the first round of the French presidential election.
The Co-President of Ecolo, Zakia Khattabi,  spoke on RTBF yesterday (Sunday). She used the broadcast to denounce current accusations of communitarism in her party.
The Brussels Parliament has given the green light to a bill that would make the integration process obligatory for new arrivals in the capital.
Around 70 taxi drivers have been stationed in front of the Brussels parliament since Friday at 13:30, while MEPs call on the Brussels minister of Mobility Pascal Smet on the new taxi plan, said Brussels-Ixelles police spokesman Ilse Van de Keere.
In these times of euroscepticism, Brussels is often belittled as the home of unelected, faceless and gray officials. With populism on the rise, the idea of a united continent seems further away each day. Could thinking back 500 years ago to Charles V show us the way forward?
Five ambitious building schemes in the heart of Brussels have been unveiled which aim to give a gigantic economic and ecological boost to residents and tourists in the city.
The "Taxi Plan", promised by the Brussels Minister of Mobility (sp.a) Pascal Smet, will be ready and is aimed at subjecting everyone, including regular taxis, limousines and Uber cars, to the same rules, reported De Tijd and L'Echo on Saturday.