Police van burned at Brussels 'Yellow Jacket' protest

Police van burned at Brussels 'Yellow Jacket' protest

A police van was set alight, another overturned as a "yellow jackets" protest in Brussels on Friday turned violent.

Police used water cannon to disperse protesters in an area near Prime Minister Charles Michel's office.

Brussels city police spokeswoman Ilse Van De Keere said more than 300 people were thought to be involved.

Around 60 people were arrested for disturbing public order.

Michel has said he is willing to talk with some of their leaders.

Protesters wearing the high-visibility vests that have become a uniform for the movement blocked city streets with pieces of scaffolding.

The protest caused traffic chaos in the Belgian capital.

The demonstrators are angry about high taxes and living costs as a movement that started in France two weeks ago gains traction across the border.