• Half of women in Brussels suffer from psychological violence
    About one in two women in Brussels falls victim to some kind of psychological violence in her life. Equal Brussels, an organisation ...
    Half of women in Brussels suffer from psychological violence
    About one in two women in Brussels falls victim to some kind of psychological violence in her life. Equal Brussels, an organisation looking to ...
    Non-profit calls for sustainable management of homelessness in winter
    As winter approaches, the non-profit Infirmiers de rue allowed Belga news agency journalists to accompany its field teams through the streets of ...
    As many transgender men as women changed their sex on their birth certificate in Belgium in 2019
    Just under 400 people have had the official mention of their sex on their birth certificate changed between January and September 2019 in Belgium, ...
    Risk of slippery roads east Belgium, Yellow alert issued
    The Royal Meteorological Institute (IRM) issued a yellow alert on Tuesday regarding the risk of slippery conditions on the roads in the east of ...
    Climate NGOs will attempt a human chain around Brussels
    Just over a year after the start of nationwide actions in favour of the climate in Belgium, Climate Express and Coalition Climat have announced they ...
    Brussels Mobility announces drop-off zones for shared scooters and bikes
    Brussels Mobility has decided to set up specific drop-off zones to park scooters and shared bicycles in an effort to combat the overcrowdedness they ...
    Belgium sees a rise in drunk drivers on the roads
    More than one driver in ten is driving on weeknights under the influence of alcohol, more than twice more than fifteen years ago, the latest Vias ...
    Opinion
    On 14 October, the Supreme Court of Spain ruled the sentence that has been orbiting the Spanish and Catalan ...
    When I started working in Brussels just over a year ago, I was surprised that my contract included a company ...
    Belgium again finds itself amidst a scandal that threatens to become “Kazakhgate-II”. With the Le Soir ...
    On the eve of the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the European Economic and Social Committee ...
    NATO is like the Notre Dame cathedral: suffering from burnout but certainly not dead. What seems to be “brain ...
    As many troubled relationships are, the one between the European Union and nuclear energy is hard to break. ...
    Chile is currently facing one of the worst political crises since the restoration of democracy. Wrongly ...
    2019 will be one of the defining moments in Africa’s investment landscape. Bigger, bolder and more ...
    The last few weeks have witnessed a catastrophic geopolitical development in Rojava, Northeast Syria. On ...
    “When the white man turns tyrant, it is his own freedom that he destroys,” wrote George Orwell in Shooting an ...
    Magazine
    Rediscovering the Forgotten and Unknown Belgium
    Best-selling author Derek Blyth takes you to some places you might never have heard about, in a country almost no one knows. The world’s ...
    Powerplays, superheroes and changing rulesets: why Europe must learn to stand up for itself
    American supervillains come in all shapes and sizes. Superman’s nemesis Lex Luthor cuts a superficially respectable figure. The Green ...
    Mystical research, seeking perfection and helping the poor: How a modern-day Beguines community was formed in the heart of Brussels
    The heavy wooden door at rue Potagère 79, in the multicultural neighbourhood of Saint-Josse-Ten-Noode in Brussels, opens on a world of ...
    The individual side of Brexit in Belgium
    As of 23 July, Brexit was thrust back into the mindset of the world when the UK’s newly appointed Prime Minister Boris Johnson pledged that ...
    Derek Blyth’s hidden secrets of Brussels
    Derek Blyth is the author of the bestselling The 500 Hidden Secrets of Brussels. He picks out ten of his favourite hidden secrets in every ...
    Raised in limbo: The unmoored lives of Belgium’s Islamic State children
    In a derelict camp in northern Syria, Belgian children are growing up in a lawless land. Their short lives have been defined by the ...
    Benefits, risks and human nature: managing the Artificial Intelligence revolution
    It was a medical scoop for the Benelux countries. Anaesthetists at the UZ Brussels hospital made use of new artificial intelligence (AI) ...
    The Year of Silence: Belgium’s darkest moments during WWII
    Historian Herman Van Goethem, rector of Antwerp University and a former director of Kazerne Dossin, the Holocaust and Human Rights Museum ...