UPDATE – Belgian police use teargas on anti-migration protesters

            UPDATES WITH 90 PROTESTERS ARRESTED</p>  <p>By Ata Ufuk Seker</p>  <p>BRUSSELS (AA) - Police in the Belgian capital Brussels on Sunday used teargas and anti-riot vehicles to disperse a large number of far-right and anti-migration protesters near the EU buildings.</p>  <p>Around 1,000 protesters gathered at Schuman Square to demonstrate against the UN Migration Pact, signed in an international conference in Morocco earlier this month.</p>  <p>Calling on Prime Minister Charles Michel to resign, the group also chanted slogans against the government and migration.</p>  <p>As the police tried to disperse the crowd with teargas and water cannon vehicles, the protesters tried to enter the EU Commission building.</p>  <p>At least 90 protesters were arrested during the protests in front of the building, according to police sources.