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From exploring a festival of water to an early edition of Belgium's largest Latin American event, find out what's on this weekend in Brussels.
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From Brussels' first Rum Festival to an international design fair and a film festival against racism, here's what is on in the capital this weekend.
On this day, 9 March 1904, the Vice Governor-General of Congo Free State, Paul Costermans, committed suicide after being accused of participating in the colonial atrocities.
Belgium is home to some of the world's most beautiful and fascinating cave systems.
From a music festival for little ears to an event that will see several stars of the flamenco world travel to the Brussels, here's what's on this weekend.
On this day in 1848, Karl Marx was arrested and ordered to leave Belgium. Yet his time in Belgium is not so well-known, nor was the reason for his expulsion.
While French or Dutch rap is more associated with Paris or Amsterdam, Brussels and Belgium have a healthy rap scene. Find out the best artists for your Belgian rap playlist.
From tougher integration tests in Flanders to an extended use of eco-cheques and more expensive driving tests, here's what changes today.
On this day, 28 February 2016, the famous Belgian poet and playwright Liliane Wouters died at the age of 86 in the Brussels municipality of Ixelles.
This year's Passa Porta literary festival centres on the theme of REFUGE. English speakers will find many events that consider the world of exiled authors.
State bonds with a ten-year maturity will in March have an interest rate of 3% – the highest since 2012. Here's what they are and how you could benefit.
On this day, 24 February 1887, the first-ever international telephone line in Europe was opened to the public between Brussels and Paris.
From immersive experiences devoted to Vincent Van Gogh and the history of Brussels to English-language comedy, here's what to do this weekend.
On 24 February 2022, Russia launched its full-scale of invasion of Ukraine. Friday marks one year since that day. How is Brussels marking the sombre occasion?
With Binche Carnival marking the first of many fantastic folklore events, there is much to discover in Belgium. Here are a few carnival season highlights.
Belgium's King Albert I was a skilled climber, and his untimely death led to a lot of speculation – especially as there were no witnesses to his fall.