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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.
The American Vice-President Mike Pence will arrive in Brussels on Sunday evening. Mr Pence will meet with the Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michael on Sunday evening.
US Vice President Mike Pence began talks with EU officials on Monday in the face of anti-Trump protests and calls from his Belgian hosts to oppose any breakup of the European Union.Pence was in Brussels...
A train derailed Saturday near the Belgian city of Louvain, leaving several casualties, officials said.A spokesman for the SNCB rail authorities said it was too early to confirm news reports that one...
Queen Paola, King Filip's mother, has broken her hip in a nasty fall.
The parliamentary commission of enquiry into the 22 March attacks has concluded its hearings.
There has been an amazing increase in the number of projects funded through crowdfunding in Belgium in recent months.
Brusselers and commuters eager to increase their digital skills will soon have a new venue to head for: BeCentral, a digital learning and meeting place at Brussels Central Station.
Last year's terrorist attacks on the Brussels metro system and Brussels Airport have had an unexpected impact on bike use in the Belgian and Flemish capital.
The Belgian government has ambitious plans to invest in defence: frigates, fighter-jets and armoured vehicles are all being snapped up.
Bart Somers, the Burgomaster of Mechelen, a middle-sized city between Brussels and Antwerp, has been awarded the World Mayor Prize 2016.
The Flemish government is to invest 1.2 billion euros in public transport (816 million) and cycling infrastructure (300 million) before the end of its term in 2019.
The Flemish government has launched a campaign to get more employees to do physical exercise - at work.
A survey undertaken by VRT Radio 1 confirms that the car remains the favourite way of getting to work for most Flemings.