Right wing demonstrators chant slogans next to one of the memorials to the victims of the recent Brussels attacks, at the Place de la Bourse in Brussels, Sunday, March, 27, 2016. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
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Belgian riot police fired water cannon on Sunday to disperse far-right football hooligans who disrupted mourners at a shrine for victims of the Brussels attacks, as police arrested several suspects in a series of new raids.In scenes that compounded a week of grief for Belgians, black-clad protesters shouting anti-immigrant slogans moved in on the makeshift memorial at Place de la Bourse where hundreds of people had gathered in a show of solidarity.Under-fire Belgian authorities meanwhile detained four terror suspects after carrying out 13 raids as they seek to round up a web of jihadists with links to the carnage in the Belgian capital and to attacks and plots across the border in France.The clashes between the far-right demonstrators and police underscored the tensions in Belgium after Tuesday's ISIS suicide attacks on the airport and the metro system in which 28 people died and 340 were wounded.Police carried out 13 raids Sunday across Brussels and the towns of Duffel and Mechelen to the north, the federal prosecutor said, questioning nine people and holding four for further inquiries.
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