Belgium remains on high alert after Paris attacks

Belgium remains on high alert after Paris attacks
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Belgium remains on high alert as the manhunt for one Paris terror suspect continued. Police searched a car this morning in the middle of Brussels’s

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Belgium remains on high alert as the manhunt for one Paris terror suspect continued.

Police searched a car this morning in the middle of Brussels’s EU district.

A euronews correspondent at the scene said no arrests were made.

But police and military presence remains high in the neigbourhood; armed officers have been stationed in the area since the Charlie Hebdo attacks in January.

On Monday, despite a major operation in the Molenbeek area of Brussels, police failed to find Europe’s most wanted man, Salah Abdeslam.

Authorities in Belgium have released a new mug shot of the suspected Paris attacker to help with his capture.

A friendly football match between Belgium-Spain this evening has been cancelled for security reasons.

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