Belgian police have clashed with self-declared fascists who disrupted a tribute to the victims of Tuesday's attacks.
Near 400 black-clad fascists turned up at Place de la Bourse chanting nationalistic and anti-immigration slogans, pushing the police to take action, according to AFP news agency.
Riot police took action and deployed water cannon to restore order after the group confronted crowds who had gathered for a show of solidarity.
The disruption comes after tragic attacks in Brussels on Tuesday, which killed over 30 people and left many more injured.
Belgian police carried out new raids and took further people in for questioning as part of investigations into the attacks.
It was also reported that a second man was charged in Belgium in connection with an alleged foiled Paris attack.
Earlier today it was announced that a planned march was called off after the police admitted it would put a strain on resources, especially given heightened security.