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City of Brussels: Capital of Belgium
The City of Brussels is the largest municipality and historical centre of the Brussels-Capital Region, and the capital of Belgium. Besides the strict centre, it also covers the immediate northern outskirts where it borders municipalities in Flanders. It is the administrative centre of the European Union, thus often dubbed, along with the region, the EU's capital city.

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Brussels bear hunt as parents bid to amuse children during lockdown [Video]

Brussels bear hunt as parents bid to amuse children during lockdown

Brussels bear hunt as parents bid to amuse children during lockdown

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'People are scared': Rubbish collectors continue in Brussels despite contamination fears [Video]

'People are scared': Rubbish collectors continue in Brussels despite contamination fears

'People are scared': Rubbish collectors continue in Brussels despite contamination fears

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Silver Lining? COVID-19 Lockdowns Leave European City Air Cleaner [Video]

Silver Lining? COVID-19 Lockdowns Leave European City Air Cleaner

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Politics on lockdown: see how MEP Katalin Cseh keeps up with Brussels business in Budapest [Video]

Politics on lockdown: see how MEP Katalin Cseh keeps up with Brussels business in Budapest

Politics on lockdown: see how MEP Katalin Cseh keeps up with Brussels business in Budapest

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New chapter as Brussels bookstore adapts to coronavirus lockdown [Video]

New chapter as Brussels bookstore adapts to coronavirus lockdown

New chapter as Brussels bookstore adapts to coronavirus lockdown

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Coronavirus outbreak in Belgium: "Brussels, a very quiet city" [Video]

Coronavirus outbreak in Belgium: "Brussels, a very quiet city"

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EU calls for continent-wide foreign travel ban [Video]

EU calls for continent-wide foreign travel ban

The European Union's leadership in Brussels is calling on member states to restrict all incoming travel from foreigners to the bloc for the next 30 days. Meanwhile, the UK is trying to galvanize..

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Coronavirus prompts Friday climate rallies go online [Video]

Coronavirus prompts Friday climate rallies go online

The Fridays for Future youth movement took its climate protest online on Friday (March 13) due to the spreading coronavirus outbreak, with activists from all over the world posting photos of them..

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'Mass panic' as travelers rush to get back to U.S. after Trump order [Video]

'Mass panic' as travelers rush to get back to U.S. after Trump order

Bleary-eyed and stressed, travelers scrambled at European airports to board flights to the United States on Thursday after U.S. President Donald Trump announced sweeping travel restrictions to curb the..

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Leo Varadkar pays tribute to Irish Americans [Video]

Leo Varadkar pays tribute to Irish Americans

Leo Varadkar has paid tribute to Irish-America for “changing the future of Ireland”. The Taoiseach had warm words for US Speaker Nancy Pelosi, saying her statement in support of Ireland last year..

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Erdogan demands 'concrete support' from EU, NATO over Syria [Video]

Erdogan demands 'concrete support' from EU, NATO over Syria

Turkish president in Brussels for talks with EU and NATO leaders after tensions at Greek border over fate of refugees.

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Erdogan demands EU chiefs in Brussels support Turkey 'without delay' [Video]

Erdogan demands EU chiefs in Brussels support Turkey 'without delay'

Erdogan demands EU chiefs in Brussels support Turkey 'without delay'

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Erdogan in Brussels: "The Turkish president is trying to kill two birds with one stone" [Video]

Erdogan in Brussels: "The Turkish president is trying to kill two birds with one stone"

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Turkey's President Erdogan to visit Brussels amid standoff with EU over migrants [Video]

Turkey's President Erdogan to visit Brussels amid standoff with EU over migrants

President Erdogan will visit Brussels on Monday for a one-day trip, his office said, amid a row between Turkey and the EU over migrants and refugees.View on euronews

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Greece blocks 35,000 attempting to cross border [Video]

Greece blocks 35,000 attempting to cross border

Hundreds of migrants continue to queue and camp near the Turkish-Greek border, despite police forces from both sides taking measures to deter them. Maha Albadrawi reports

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New EU climate law is 'surrender', says Greta [Video]

New EU climate law is 'surrender', says Greta

EU leaders unveiled their new environment plan while Swedish activist Greta Thunberg was in town - but if they were hoping to impress her, they failed. Lucy Fielder reports.

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Environment activist Thunberg meets EU chiefs [Video]

Environment activist Thunberg meets EU chiefs

Environmental activist Greta Thunberg arrived at the EU's Brussels headquarters on Wednesday to meet leaders of the bloc. Amid fierce criticism from environmental activists, the European Commission is..

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Post-Brexit trade negotiations begin in Brussels [Video]

Post-Brexit trade negotiations begin in Brussels

The prime minister’s chief Brexit negotiator has begun post-Brexit talks with the European Union in Brussels. David Frost met with the EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier to discuss future UK-EU..

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Brussels and London flex muscles as EU prepares to finalise post-Brexit trade stance [Video]

Brussels and London flex muscles as EU prepares to finalise post-Brexit trade stance

Brussels and London flex muscles as EU prepares to finalise post-Brexit trade stance

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EU unveils plan to rein in U.S. tech giants [Video]

EU unveils plan to rein in U.S. tech giants

The European Commission plans to create a single European market for data, hoping that pooling the region's deep industrial expertise could help build technology powerhouses to catch up with Silicon..

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