Speeding drivers have a face-to-face meeting with a parent whose child was killed on the roads, in Belgium's new road safety campaign video.
The government of the Brussels-Capital Region has approved the final document that contains all of the regulations regarding terraces maintained by Brussels’ restaurants and bars.
Belgian prime minister Charles Michel and federal justice minister Koen Geens (pictured) have put together a draft proposal for a ‘Brussels international Business Court’, which they say would settle legal disputes among international companies.
The Brussels region is funding the development of a mobile phone application to help women - and witnesses - report incidents of sexual harassment on the city's streets.
Demolition work has begun on Parking 58 in downtown Brussels, which is making way for a new administrative centre for Brussels city hall.
Members of the city council donned hard hats on Monday and posed for photos on the building's rooftop to officially launch the works.
Iraq’s ambassador to Belgium, Jawad al-Chlaihawi, has stated that Belgians arrested in Iraq who are fighting on the side of Islamic State could face the death penalty.