BRUSSELS (AP) - BRUSSELS (AP) — More than 300 soccer hooligans clad in black have clashed with riot police after rallying in central Brussels. It's where a temporary shrine has been made for victims of Tuesday's attacks. Police say they knew that the hooligans "would create some trouble" when they came to Brussels. Riot police backed by water cannon surrounded the group, whose members held a banner denouncing the Islamic State group that claimed responsibility for the bombings, and forced them toward a nearby train station. About 10 people were arrested and two police officers were injured.