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The Brussels Metro (French:Métro de Bruxelles, Dutch:Brusselse metro) is a rapid transit system serving a large part of the Brussels-Capital Region of Belgium, EU. It consists of four conventional metro lines and three premetro lines. The metro-grade lines are M1, M2, M5, and M6 with some shared sections, covering a total of 39.9 kilometres (24.8mi), with 59 metro-only stations. The premetro network consists of three tram lines (T3, T4, and T7) that partly travel over underground sections that were intended to be eventually converted into metro lines. Underground stations in the premetro network use the same design as metro stations. A few short underground tramway sections exist, so there is a total of 52.0 kilometres (32.3mi) of underground metro and tram network. There are a total of 69 metro and premetro stations as of 2011.
On 1 January 2015, the City of Brussels had a total population of 175,534. The total area is 32.61km² which gives a population density of 5,464 inhabitants per km². As of 2007, there were approximately 50,000 registered non-Belgians in the City of Brussels.
At first, the City of Brussels was simply defined, being the area within the second walls of Brussels, the modern-day small ring. As the city grew, the surrounding villages grew as well, eventually growing into a contiguous city, though the local governments retained control of their respective areas.
Brussels, Dec 2 (UrduPoint / PakistanPointNews - 2nd Dec, 2022 ) .Many hundreds of those who survived the 2016 militant attacks on Brussels' metro and airport were left maimed, traumatised or bereaved ... The Brussels metro blast taught him otherwise.
Belgium launched its biggest-ever criminal trial on Wednesday, the landmark prosecution of alleged jihadists accused of directing or aiding 2016 suicide bombings in Brussels’ metro and airport that killed 32 people ... center metro station near the headquarters of the European Union.
... line 5 train, just as it arrived at the Malbeek metro station, located near the EU institutions in Brussels ... A sketch by court artist MartinLeroy shows the opening of the first day of the trial of 10 people for the attacks at a Brussels metro station and the city’s airport [File.
... or participating in the activities of a terrorist group over the twin bombings at BrusselsAirport and third bomb on the metro on 22 March 2016 ... Among those excused were Brussels metro operator workers, those with medical certificates and top Belgian 400 metre runner Kevin Borlee.
Belgium has launched its biggest-ever criminal trial, a landmark prosecution of people accused of directing or aiding 2016 bombings in Brussels‘ metro and airport that killed 32 people ... the 2016 attacks at a Brussels metro station and the city’s airport [Johanna Geron/Reuters].
The criminal trial of the alleged perpetrators of the 2016 Brussels bombings began in a court in the Belgian capital on Wednesday, as the selection of a 12-person jury from over 1,000 citizens got underway ... The bombings, which took place on March 22, 2016, at Brussels airport and metro, killed 32 people and injured more than 300 ... .
Now, six and a half years later, Brussels will host its biggest ever criminal trial.� ... Four days later on March 22, two bombers blew themselves up in Brussels airport and another in a city center metro station near the headquarters of the European Union.�.
BrusselsAirport is usually crowded in the hours of the early morning due to many departure flights from the Belgian capital ... Brussels SouthCharleroi Airport, another international airport, canceled all 120 flights on Wednesday ... MetroLine 1 was the only one operating in Brussels on Wednesday morning.
BRUSSELS (AP) — A nationwide ... At Brussels airport, 60% of flights were canceled, while the Charleroi airdrome was shut down. In Brussels, the capital city hosting most of the European Union institutions, only one metro line was in service, with buses and tramways also disrupted.