The 2017 edition of the annual Plaisirs d’Hiver (Winter Wonders) was a major hit, Brussels City Hall reported on Friday, with more than 2.3 million visitors participating in the December event, held from the 24th of November to the 31st of December.
The federal government has included the possibility of constructing a new nuclear power plant in its review of Belgian energy policy.
Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders on Thursday told his Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif that he hopes that the death sentence against Iranian-Swedish academic Ahmadreza Djalali will not be executed.
The Yazidis in Northern Iraq have suffered many persecutions, most recently by the Islamic State (Da'esh).
About 40 people demonstrated on Wednesday afternoon at the Schuman roundabout in Brussels against the visit of Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif to the European capital on Thursday.
Federal telecommunication minister Alexander De Croo wants to oblige telecommunication operators to compensate their customers for long interruptions in service.
Barely three months after they have arrived in Brussels, the apple-green bicycles offered for hire by, are abandoning the capital.
The standoff between couriers and management in Deliveroo continues.
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The Brussels office of the non-profit association that provides assistance to homeless people, Samusocial, closed its 2016 accounts with a deficit of 1.55 million euros, including an 800,000-euro debt to the National Social Security Office, ONSS.