The vehicle was spotted as it was zigzagging through the Navez district at a high speed. Police wanted to check on the driver, and the incident turned into a chase.
We asked the community about their favourite parks in Brussels and created the ultimate top 10 of parks to walk, cycle, or simply sit back and relax in.
Apart from the extraordinary architecture, the garden and greenhouses are known for their huge collection of very rare tropical and subtropical plants.
Universities also planned activities for Ukrainians to explore the city and meet people. "If you get to know people, the rest will go a lot more smoothly."
"If the cyclist puts other users in danger, they are intercepted. But we are not going to embark on a chase which would further increase the danger."
The demand has tripled since energy rises soared in October. "Recently had we 80 requests in one day. A year ago there were ten a day at most."
The goal of the redevelopment is more space for pedestrians and cyclists, getting rid of the sea of asphalt and parking spaces.
Trams and buses over 100 years old will be parading along Rue Royale as part of Brussels' birthday celebrations; visitors are invited aboard the vintage vehicles.
"Do we really enjoy seeing these wild creatures jump into the water for some fish? Do we want to pass on this image of animals as slaves to our children?”
Bulgaria is “absolutely not a risk country”, but “Belgian travellers are somewhat reluctant to choose an Eastern European destination at the moment”.
The searches resulted in the seizure of ten kilos of cannabis, €12,000 and $26,000 in cash, three watches worth around €60,000 and many other luxury products.
104 employees and family members are accommodated in Brussels – 68 in an apartment building in Saint-Gilles and 36 in Hotel Plasky in Schaerbeek.
"Families today are different from a few years ago. June 1 is International Parents’ Day. We will honour all parents or guardians of our children that day."
At the occasion of Europe Day and the signing of the Schuman Declaration on 9 May 1950, the institutions open their doors and organise fun activities for all.
"If you think you can predict the virus, you will always be surprised." However, there is no need to panic yet, a Belgian virologist explains.
The Brussels Iris Festival takes place this weekend with a variety of events happening around the city, with music, performance, and food in plentiful supply.
The ambition is there, but in practice, Flanders' forests lag behind, with its main obstacle being its density as the region is built-up and spatially cluttered.
The municipal councillors of Brussels City and Saint-Gilles proposed a symbolic change of name for streets dedicated to Russia as a signal against the country's war crimes.
Belgium was one of the last European countries to legalise abortion in 1990, while Poland controversially reversed abortion rights in 2020.
“People are paying more attention to their environment and advertising should be more discreet and integrated into the streetscape.”
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