Rioters set a barricade on fire after a protest in demand for justice in the case of Ibrahim
The Belgian interior minister has condemned the violence

Hundreds of people rioted in Brussels on Wednesday night over the death of a 23-year-old in police custody at the weekend, video from the scene shows King Philippe’s car being hit by projectiles as it passed through the area.

A police station was reportedly briefly set on fire during the unrest, which saw local streets vandalised, a police spokeswoman told the AFP news agency they had made several arrests and said four officers were injured. Police said about 500 people gathered Wednesday close to Brussels-North police station over the death of a person identified in Belgian media as Ibrahima B. The man was arrested on Saturday evening after fleeing police who were checking on a group suspected of violating local coronavirus measures.

The car of Belgium's King Philippe is protected by police on his way back from Brussels to Laeken Palace
King Philippe’s car was protected by police as it drove through the area

Officials say he lost consciousness after being…

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