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Belgians turn to cats after call for Twitter terror blackout


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Belgians turn to cats after call for Twitter terror blackout

While Belgian security forces were conducting a series of high-profile raids in the centre of Brussels on Sunday night, authorities asked social media users not to discuss the operations to avoid providing information to terrorists.

On the whole, the population complied. But with the city having been in virtual lockdown all weekend, many sought a release from the gravity of the situation by sharing pictures of … cats.






Belgian police got in on the joke by sending a picture of cat food, to thank everyone for their help.


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