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Tense standoffs, clashes at Brussels COVID demo

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Tense standoffs, clashes at Brussels COVID demo

Tense standoffs, clashes at Brussels COVID demo

Belgian police deployed water cannon on demonstrators gathered in central Brussels on Sunday, as they protested against reinforced measures aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19, which the government imposed to counter the latest spike in cases.


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