Belgian police use teargas on anti-migration protestersStaff Writer | December 17, 2018
Police in the Belgian capital Brussels on Sunday used teargas and anti-riot vehicles to disperse a large number of far-right and anti-migration protesters near the EU buildings.
Europe Around 1,000 protesters gathered
Calling on Prime Minister Charles Michel to resign, the group also chanted slogans against the government and migration.
As the police tried to disperse the crowd with teargas and water cannon vehicles, the protesters tried to enter the EU Commission building.
At least 90 protesters were arrested during the protests in front of the building, according to police sources. ■