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PHOTO GALLERY: Workers strike in Belgium against austerity measures


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Workers block an entrance of the port of Antwerp, one of the world's biggest port (Reuters)
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Workers burn tires to block one of the main entrances to the port in Antwerp (AP)
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Workers block an entrance of the port of Antwerp, one of the world's biggest port (Reuters)
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Workers block an entrance of the port of Antwerp, one of the world's biggest port (Reuters)
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Workers block an entrance of the port of Antwerp, one of the world's biggest port (Reuters)
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A worker, near smoke from a flare, blocks an entrance of the port of Antwerp, one of the world's biggest port (Reuters)
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Port workers block a road towards the port of Antwerp (AP)
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A man throws rubber tires onto a fire during a demonstration in the Port of Antwerp in Antwerp (AP)
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Workers use smoke bombs as they occupy a main boulevard in Antwerp (AP)
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A worker kicks a smoke bomb canister, as workers occupy a main boulevard in Antwerp (AP)
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A strike in parts of Belgium on Monday disrupted rail services and one of Europe's largest ports as trade unions and workers voice their anger over austerity measures announced by the country's new government.

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