Temperatures soared in Brussels on Monday (June 24) kicking off a heatwave with temperatures of 32 degrees Celsius expected in the Belgian capital from Tuesday, up to 34 degrees in the north of the country.
In the final part of our "Divided Belgium" series, we take a look at why the far-left did so well in Wallonia. In other news, Adidas lost its stripes and Renew Europe announced its leader. Watch the Brief from Brussels to learn more.
It took the Belgium 541 days to form a government last time.
How is a far-right party further dividing Belgium?
Will Germany be allowed to create a new motorway toll?
Who is the next leader of the Social Democrats?
All this and more on Tuesday's Brief from Brussels.
European countries are currently wrestling with the idea of whether to repatriate citizens captured in Syria and Iraq fighting for IS, who are considered a security risk.
A Gilets Jaunes protest was taken over by black-hooded demonstrators and turned violent in Brussels, forcing authorities to detain 350 people.
From the far-right to the far-left, these political parties have taken on a divisive approach to getting voters to the polls.
As the voting begins today for the EU elections, our Road Trip Europe comes to an end. Our correspondents Meabh McMahon and Jona Kallgren are in Ninove, Belgium, where they listened to the concerns of local people for one last time.
This Belgian drama started in 1999, when an unauthorised biography of the King's wife published allegations that the king had fathered an illegitimate child.
Belgian Islamist Redouane Ahrouch appeared on television channel RTL-TVI for a political debate but allegedly refused to make eye contact or shake hands with journalist Emmanuelle Praet.
From its zero-waste cafés to city farms and renewable energy initiatives, Ghent has serious green credentials.
Pret a Manger had originally planned to get rid of the much-loved horse-zebra statue at Brussels' Midi station, but has since overturned its decision after public upset
Our correspondent Sandor Zsiros leaves Belgium, heads to Luxembourg and arrives in Germany en route from Brussels to Strasbourg parliament, to get a snapshot of life along the corridor which takes the Brussels bubble to France.
Why is Belgium so hooked on bottled water - while hosting the EU headquarters, a world leader in the fight against plastic waste?
Belgium has for the first time officially acknowledged responsibility for kidnapping thousands of mixed-race children from Congo between 1959 and 1962
Generations X and Z join forces to pressure the Belgian Parliament to pass a climate bill
Armando the pigeon champion was auctioned for 1.2 million euros.
Two Belgian women said they were losing hope of ever going back home after a Belgian court overturned the ruling to repatriate them and their six children.
Inspired by Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, Anouna de De Wever is one of the founders of the movement "Youth for Climate"
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A Belgian MEP and a hate speech advisor debate over who's right.
A carnival float at a parade in Belgium has caused outrage for displaying giant caricatures of Jews sitting on bags of money.
There are only 38,000 Asian Elephants left in the world, so the birth of a female calf at a Belgian zoo is an important event for the conservation of the species.
"Anti-Semitism remains pervasive across the EU and has become disturbingly normalised"
One creation used 8kg of chocolate – not far off the 6kg the average Belgian eats in a year.
At 16, Greta Thunberg is leading a youth movement calling for action to prevent climate change.