Police fire water cannon at far-right hooligans at Brussels shrine
Water cannons were fired at far-right football hooligans in the Belgian capital
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Police fired water cannon on Sunday at far-right football hooligans who invaded a square in the Belgian capital that has become a memorial to the victims of the Brussels attacks, an AFP journalist said.
Police took action after about 200 black-clad hooligans shouting nationalist and anti-immigrant slogans moved in on the Place de la Bourse where people were gathering in a show of solidarity with the victims.
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