Protest Paralyzes Brussels: Agricultural Unions Disrupt Traffic in Capital

The focal points of the disruptions are slated to be Rue de la Loi, between Schuman and the Reyers tunnel heading from E40 towards the city center, and the Cinquantenaire tunnel

Belgium Stuns Defending Champs Spain in EuroBasket Qualifiers Thriller

Belgium delivered a masterclass in resilience, stunning the reigning FIBA EuroBasket champions, Spain, with a remarkable 58-53 victory led by the sharpshooting prowess of Pierre-Antoine Gillet and the tenacity of Retin Obasohan

Preserving Brussels’ Café Culture: ‘Au Daringman’ Set to Receive Monument Status

Situated at the bustling intersection of Rue de Flandre and Rue du Chien Marin in the Quartier Dansaert, this venerable establishment boasts an Art-Deco interior that harkens back to a time of simplicity and resilience

Crisis in Flanders’ Education System as Children Struggle to Obtain Primary School Diplomas

Recent reports from Het Nieuwsblad have painted a stark picture: the number of children in Flanders without a primary school diploma has nearly doubled in just six years

Belgian Prime Minister Urges Unified Action Against Surge in Drug-Related Violence

With eight shootings rattling Brussels in just nine days, De Croo addressed Parliament on Thursday, emphasizing the imperative for all levels of authority to collaborate in tackling this pressing issue

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