Anger sweeps Belgium over child-sex ring
Friday 18 October 1996
It was the third day of demonstrations in a wave of anger sweeping Belgium since magistrate Jean-Marc Connerotte was removed from investigations into a child-sex ring held responsible for killing at least four young girls. Bigger protests are expected on Sunday when marchers dressed in white and carrying white flowers will stream into Brussels. Reuter - Brussels
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