Belgium is on the path to becoming the first country in Europe to ban full-face veils worn by some Muslim women. On a warm, sunny morning the Rue de Brabant just north of the centre of Brussels is busy with shoppers. This city, known as the capital of Europe, is a multicultural melting pot and this part of town reflects that well. It is particularly popular with the sizeable Moroccan and Turkish communities which, in turn, make up the bulk of Belgium's half-a-million or so Muslim residents. But now, with the Belgian parliament due to debate legislation proposing a ban, some are asking how far multiculturalism should go. The new law, which enjoys cross party support, would outlaw clothing that obscures your identity - and that would include full face Islamic veils like the niqab or burka. Perhaps surprisingly, the Green Party supports the measure. For more news click BBC.