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Belgian Tourism Rebounds to Pre-Attack Levels

BRUSSELS (Reuters) Tourism in Belgium rebounded last year to levels seen before it was hit by militant attacks in 2016, the country's economy ministry said...

Brewers See Future in High Tech, Weak Beer, Cannabis Brews

By Philip Blenkinsop BRUSSELS (Reuters) A 'smart' bottle opener, weak and alcohol-free ales and lagers and cannabis brews - all visions of the future of...

King Leopold’s Ghost – Belgium’s Africa Museum to Reopen

BRUSSELS (Reuters) Belgium's Africa Museum, once a triumphant celebration of the country's colonial past, is to reopen after years of renovations, with a more...

New Home, but Same Worries, as NATO Moves into Glass and...

By Robin Emmott BRUSSELS (Reuters) Almost a year after U.S. President Donald Trump inaugurated NATO's new billion-dollar headquarters with fanfare at a special summit, alliance...

“Play Outside”: Belgium Tells Kids to Leave TV for Sun and...

BRUSSELS (Reuters) No television and no tablets. It sounds like a punishment, but across Belgium it was the recipe for the nationwide children's "play...

Potholes as Flower Pots? Brussels Protester Brightens Up Damaged Roads

BRUSSELS (Reuters) A Brussels man has begun planting flowers in potholes across the Belgian capital to highlight what he says is the sorry state of...
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