Belgium: Police Beaten by Migrants, Ambulance Shot in Brussels No-Go Zone

By The European Union Times

Police officers were beaten by migrants in a train station and an ambulance window was shattered by a projectile while passing through a ‘no-go zone’ in Brussels, according to local media.

Migrants squatting in the Brussels North Station responded with violence after being asked to clean up their mess by railway security personnel, and four police officers responding to the scene were injured, SCEPTR reports.

“There was an incident after a Securail employee asked them to clean up the garbage,” an official said. “Then there was a skirmish with people sleeping in the station.”

Officers sustained “dozens of blows” from attackers in the [READ MORE HERE]

Source: EU Times

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