The European Synagogue in Brussels, guarded by soldiers, organised on Monday a prayer in memory of the victims in the anti-Semitic attack against a synagogue in Pittsburgh, US, last Saturday. The European Commission condemned the attack and expressed its solidarity with the Jewish community.
A monumental art installation by Spanish artist Cristóbal Gabarrón was inaugurated on Wednesday to commemorate United Nations Day in the presence of the artist and EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini.
The European Commission has undone a ban on glyphosate by the Brussels-Capital Region, L’Echo newspaper reported on Tuesday.
The road linking the R0 from Waterloo to the E19/A7 in the direction of Brussels is closed to traffic from Wednesday morning to Monday evening due to work on some link roads on the Haut-Ittre interchange, according to the Complementary Infrastructure Financing Company, SOFICO.
On Sunday, the Brussels Marathon and Semi-marathon will gather thousands of runners in the streets of Brussels and Tervuren.
On Tuesday, the news site Bruzz learned that no fine has yet been sent to drivers who have committed offences in the low-emission zone (LEZ) in Brussels.
Bart Dhondt, claimed on Tuesday, “Ecolo-Groen is opposed to the prohibition of wearing the veil by staff behind counters in public administrations, but we are alone in this point.”
The Brussels Local Government Regional Public Service is indicating that no less than 100,789 Brusselers did not go to their local polling station on Sunday.
Brussels record temperature for the date 13th of October was beaten on Saturday, as the temperature reached 25.6 degrees.
Rue Neuve, the busiest commercial street in the capital, is to be given a facelift.