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Moroccans trash Belgian cities after WC victory

Free West Media 29 Nov 2022
Around 100 police officers tried to use tear gas and water cannons to maintain order, reported Le Figaro ... Fireworks were set off even before the game started, Belgian media reported ... Even in the neighboring Netherlands, especially in Amsterdam, there were similar riots, as the Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf reported.
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Belgium, Netherlands rocked by unrest after Morocco's World Cup win

Malaysian National News Agency 28 Nov 2022
BRUSSELS/AMSTERDAM, Nov 28 (Bernama) -- Riots erupted in Belgium’s capital and several Dutch cities Sunday after Morocco beat Belgium in a World Cup Group F match ... Meanwhile, Morocco supporters honked horns and occupied several squares in Amsterdam, causing some violence, Anadolu Agency also reported.
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Football riots grip EU cities (VIDEOS)

Russia Today 28 Nov 2022
Violent scenes unfolded in the streets of multiple European cities, including Brussels, Antwerp, Amsterdam and Rotterdam on Sunday, as riot police officers clashed with hordes of unruly football fans after the Morocco team bested Belgium 2-0 in the FIFA World Cup in Qatar ... Two police officials were reportedly injured amid unrest in Rotterdam.
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Riots break out in Belgium, Netherlands after Morocco’s shock win at World Cup

Financial Express 28 Nov 2022
Media reported unrest in the capital Amsterdam and The Hague. Police took action in Rotterdam, where some 500 people gathered near the city centre, as well as in The Hague, Amsterdam and Utrecht, Dutch police tweeted ... as in The Hague, Amsterdam and Utrecht, Dutch police tweeted.
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Riots in Belgium, Netherlands after Morocco win at World Cup

Asahi News 28 Nov 2022
BRUSSELS--Riots broke out in several Belgian and Dutch cities after Morocco’s 2-0 upset win over Belgium at the World Cup Sunday ... Even subway and tram traffic had to be interrupted on police orders ... Media reported unrest in the capital Amsterdam and The Hague ... .
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Rioting erupts in Belgium, Netherlands after Moroccan win in Qatar

La Prensa Latina 28 Nov 2022
Police in Brussels used water cannons and tear gas to disperse angry crowds and about a dozen people were arrested, according to news reports ... Meanwhile, some 500 people gathered in Rotterdam to throw firecrackers and bottles at police officers, injuring two of them, law enforcement authorities reported.
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Riots in Belgium, Netherlands after Morocco win at FIFA World Cup

Hindustan Times 28 Nov 2022
Riots broke out in several Belgian and Dutch cities after Morocco’s 2-0 upset win over Belgium at the World Cup Sunday ... Two police officials were injured in the Dutch port city of Rotterdam. By late evening Sunday, an uneasy calm had returned to most of the cities involved ... Media reported unrest in the capital Amsterdam and The Hague ... ....
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Riots break out in Belgium after shocking loss to Morocco in World Cup 2022

Press TV 28 Nov 2022
Police deployed water cannons and tear gas to disperse the crowd, according to reports ... vehicles, reports said. Police in the neighboring Netherlands also reported riots in Rotterdam, Amsterdam, and The Hague where Moroccan football fans were celebrating their team's victory.
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Riots erupt in Belgium, Netherlands after Morocco's 2-1 win on Sunday in FIFA World Cup 2022

India TV 28 Nov 2022
Riots erupted in several cities of Belgium and the Netherlands after their national team was stunned by Morocco with a 2-0 thumping win in FIFA World Cup in Qatar ... The discontent of the fans then took center stage and showed their anger in public places and streets ... FIFA World Cup ... Media reported unrest in the capital Amsterdam and The Hague ... ....
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Qatar 2022: Clashes in Brussels after Morocco beat Belgium

Joy Online 28 Nov 2022
Police sealed off parts of the centre of Brussels, deployed water cannons and fired tear gas to disperse crowds on Sunday following violence during and after Morocco’s 2-0 upset win over Belgium at the World Cup ... Even subway and tram traffic had to be interrupted by police orders ... Media reported unrest in the capital Amsterdam and The Hague ... .
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World Cup: Morocco's shock win sparks riots in Belgium

Yahoo Daily News 28 Nov 2022
A view of the streets in Belgium after Morocco's victory at the World Cup. (Photo by Dursun Aydemir/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images). Words by Sam Goodwin ... Police detained about a dozen people after they deployed water cannon and fired tear gas to disperse crowds in Brussels ... Media reported unrest in the capital Amsterdam and The Hague ... with agencies.
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Brussels sees riots after Morocco beats Belgium at World Cup

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 27 Nov 2022
Dozens of rioters overturned and torched a car, set electric scooters on fire and pelted cars with bricks ... Even subway and tram traffic had to be interrupted on police orders ... Media reported unrest in the capital Amsterdam and The Hague ... .
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Riots break out in Brussels after Morocco’s surprise win over Belgium in World Cup

Irish Independent 27 Nov 2022
... supporters who pelted police with fireworks and glass.Media reported unrest in the capital Amsterdam and The Hague.Morocco's victory was a major upset at the World Cup and was enthusiastically celebrated by fans with Moroccan immigrant roots in many Belgian and Dutch cities.
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Rioting breaks out in Belgian and Dutch cities after Morocco’s World Cup win

Irish Independent 27 Nov 2022
By late evening on Sunday, an uneasy calm had returned to most of the cities involved ... Media reported unrest in the capital Amsterdam and The Hague.Morocco’s victory was a major upset at the World Cup and was enthusiastically celebrated by fans with Moroccan immigrant roots in many Belgian and Dutch cities. .
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Riots in Brussels after Morocco beat Belgium in World Cup match

Al Jazeera 27 Nov 2022
Police sealed off parts of the centre of Brussels, deployed water cannons and fired tear gas to disperse crowds on Sunday following violence during and after Morocco’s 2-0 upset win over Belgium at the World Cup ... Even subway and tram traffic had to be interrupted by police orders ... (1/2) ... Media reported unrest in the capital Amsterdam and The Hague ... .

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