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The Brussels government has started the procedure for the Japanese Tower and Chinese Pavilion near the Atomium in Laeken to be classified as protected monuments.
More than 500 extra places will be made available in French-speaking creches in the Brussels region next year, authorities have announced.
Fadila Laanan, president of the French-speaking Community Commission in Brussels (Cocof) said 564 additional places would be funded in 2018 - bringing the total number of new creche places since 2014 to more than 1,200. The target is to increase capacity by 2,000 by 2020.
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