The Bulletin (Brussels weekly)

The Bulletin (Brussels weekly)

Infobox Magazine
title = The Bulletin

image_size = 200px
image_caption = Cover of "The Bulletin"
company = Ackroyd Publications
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frequency = weekly
language = English
category = newsmagazine
editor = John Lehmann
editor_title = Editor-in-Chief
firstdate = 1962
country = flag|Belgium
website = []
issn =

"The Bulletin" is an English language weekly magazine published in Brussels, Belgium. "The Bulletin", founded in 1962, claims a readership of 40,000 people, mostly from the large expat community of the European Union's capital.

External links

* [ Web site of "The Bulletin"]

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