Energy crisis and protests: Belgium calls EU for help

It’s one of Belgium’s best-known and most controversial landmarks: the highway network, which is well lit at night. Now the lights are switched off: The southern Belgian region of Wallonia is turning off 20,000 of 22,000 light fixtures to save electricity. The Grand Place in Brussels, which is popular with tourists, is now also dark at an earlier hour.

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