European Jewish Congress opens Brussels crisis management center after shooting

By JTA
May 25, 2014 10:04




The European Jewish Congress opened a crisis management center in Brussels and a website offering updates about the deadly shooting that took place at the city’s Jewish museum.

The center became operational in the Belgian capital hours after an identified man on Saturday afternoon killed three people at Brussels’ Jewish Museum of Belgium and fled the scene along with a driver who brought him there in an Audi car, according to the Belgian League against Anti-Semitism, or LBCA.


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