There have been further developments in the investigation opened following the Zaventem and Brussels attacks, which took place on March 22nd, 2016.
A report by a director of the Brussels-Capital-Ixelles police zone, consulted by La Libre Belgique and La Dernière Heure, provides proof of arrest quotas for Brussels migrants.
Public transport will be free in Brussels from midnight on the night of the 31st  December to the 1st of January, the Brussels intercommunal transport company, Stib, announced on Wednesday.
The Brussels Region, Kanal Foundation and Pompidou Centre signed a partnership agreement Monday, laying the foundations for the creation of the future Contemporary Art Museum on the former site of the Citroen garages, on Yser Square, at the heart of the capital.

Street lights on all the night in Belgium

Wednesday, 20 December 2017 08:09
Belgium is the only country in Europe to keep almost all of its streetlights on through the night as can be seen from pictures taken from space. The official reason is that it is good for road safety and security.
Ahead of tomorrow’s regional elections in Catalonia, its deposed president Carles Puigdemont spoke to his supporters Tuesday night via a video link from Brussels.

Brussels to ban use of ponies in fairs

Tuesday, 19 December 2017 20:17
The Commission on Environment in the Brussels regional parliament on Tuesday unanimously passed a draft ordinance banning the use of ponies in merry-go-rounds at fairs throughout the capital region from January 2019.
The trade unions deny disseminating fear by spreading lies, contrary to statements made by the Prime Minister, Charles Michel. He was speaking on VRT radio on Tuesday morning.
Brussels Airport is advising passengers to only carry hand luggage today. This is because of the national demonstrations against pensions.
Several hundred demonstrators came to the Brussels-North railway station on Tuesday, shortly before 10 a.m.