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Belgium's government approved special help for terror victims Friday, as the country prepares to mark the first anniversary of deadly Islamic State-claimed attacks in Brussels which killed 32 people.Under...
Gusts of wind of up to 60 miles per hour were battering the country this afternoon.
NASA scientists discovered a new solar system with 7 "earthlike planets".
Cycling numbers for Brussels are surging. Flandersnews wanted to find out about your cycling experiences in Brussels.
Low cost carrier Ryanair has decided to delay all flights from Brussels Airport until after 7AM.
Local police forces across Belgium will soon have Tasers at their disposal.
The Belgian asylum and migration minister, Theo Francken, wants to bring 1,200 asylum seekers from Greece and Italy to Belgium before the year is out.
The Flemish government has decided to invoke 'conflict of interest' legislation to delay the introduction of new noise norms for airplanes in the Brussels region.
The Belgian taxman is poised to clamp down on Airbnb operators who fail to declare their earnings from renting out accommodation via the popular and often advantageous travel website.
Brussels news website Bruzz reports that the British retailer Marks & Spencer will not be closing its outlet on the Gulden Vlieslaan before the end of September.
Antwerp's photography museum, the FOMU, is hosting the first exhibition of the work of the American photographer Alec Soth in Belgium.
US Vice President Mike Pence is doing Brussels today. On Monday morning he met with EU officials moving on to NATO HQ during the afternoon.
The Brussels region is banning the production of foie gras across Brussels.
The rail infrastructure company Infrabel has started preparatory work to clear to accident site.
The number of foreigners moving to Belgium to work here on a temporary basis, has doubled in 5 years' time.