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The launch of the new kilometre tax across Belgium on 1 April has met with protests by truck drivers who resorted to blocking motorway exits and interchanges.
Brussels Mayor Yvan Mayeur (pictured) will interrogate the city's police chief about the 99 administrative arrests made in front of the Bourse on Saturday, because the mayor suspects that
The Grand Parade organised by grassroots political movements Hart Boven Hard and Tout Autre Chose on Sunday drew at least 14,000 people to the Brussels canal zone, according to Brusselnieuws.
The Native American rights activist Suzan Shown Harjo last week told De Standaard that Belgian football club AA Gent should do away with its 'Indian chief' mascot because it portrays a deg
More than 3,000 people marched in the neighbourhood of Brussels North on Saturday afternoon in a demonstration to show solidarity with refugees.
The City of Brussels has cancelled plans to hold an homage to King Leopold II on Thursday evening in front of the statue of the former Belgian king.
Flemish culture minister Sven Gatz celebrated Saint Nicholas Day at the weekend by dressing up as Zwarte Piet (Black Pete, the Saint's controversial companion).
A photo of Belgium's King Philippe and Queen Mathilde relaxing at a spa in France's Brittany at the moment when the terror alert in Brussels was raised to maximum level 4, has caused a stir a
The Brussels commune of Saint-Gilles has changed its plan for the redevelopment of 'the Parvis', its main square, in response to pressure from the community after locals started a petition ag