More than 70,000 demonstrators rallied in central Brussels on Sunday, demanding governments take action to fight climate change.

The protesters marched through the streets of the Belgian capital, holding banners urging the country to switch to renewable energies and take more action to improve air quality.

A far-right group joined the march holding a banner in favour of nuclear energy, but was soon escorted out of the crowd by police forces.

Sunday's march was the fourth climate change organised protest in two months in Brussels, following last Thursday's rally which saw 70,000 participants, including 35,000 pupils and students taking to the streets.

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