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Video footage shared on social media showed water cannons and tear gas being fired to break up crowds of youths at Bois de la Cambre on the outskirts of Brussels as Covid cases surge on the continent. The European nation has put in place “Alarm Level Four” lockdown rules which prevent public gatherings of more than four people. Police armed with tear gas and batons were seen charging into crowds on horseback as the crowds booed and threw bottles at police.
More footage on social media showed crowds rallying against a small group of police officers in riot gear by throwing glass bottles and sticks at them and their vans.
Around 50 people could be seen violently protesting against the crackdown in Brussels.
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