Belgian capital

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Synonyms for Belgian capital

the capital and largest city of Belgium

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This round of high-profile talks coincided with the third Iran-EU seminar on peaceful nuclear cooperation in the Belgian capital, Brussels.
Brussels was on high alert Monday morning as suspected terrorist Salah Abdeslam was escorted from a prison in Paris to stand trial in the Belgian capital.
Brussels, Rabi'II 29, 1439, Jan 16, 2018, SPA -- Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas is set to arrive in the Belgian capital, on Monday, to take part in the monthly-held European Union (EU) member states, at foreign minister level.
Brussels: A project in the Belgian capital is pioneering portable cardboard tents for homeless people to sleep in, a media report said on Saturday.
Concerns have been raised about the Belgian capital over fears that its new national stadium will not be ready in time.
At 335ft high, it depicts nine iron atoms in the shape of an iron crystal magnified 165 billion times and was built as the centrepiece for the Belgian capital's Expo 58 fair.
Soldiers have become a familiar sight on the streets of the Belgian capital since terror attacks which killed more than 30 people last year.
He will meet in the Belgian capital EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini before heading to London.
The area around the City2 shopping centre, a major commercial hub in the centre of the Belgian capital, was sealed off.
In addition to the Belgian capital Brussels, King Abdullah will also visit the cities of Leuven, Florenville,Bruges and Zeebrugge.
Bombers struck in the Belgian capital on March 22, killing 32 people.
The French national, born in Belgium, had apparently been hiding in the Belgian capital for more than four months.
Four days after his arrest, the Belgian capital was struck by coordinated suicide bombings at the airport and a metro station.
Mr Dixon, an IT programmer originally from Hartlepool who studied at Newcastle University and had moved to live in the Belgian capital, was killed in the bombing of the city's metro.
The blasts in the Belgian capital killed at least 34 people and wounded dozens at Zaventem Airport and a metro train.
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