Belgian Police evacuate Brussels train station after 2 unattended suitcases discovered

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June 19, 2016 13:58

 
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A train station in Brussels was evacuated Sunday afternoon after two suspicious suitcases were discovered unattended, according to The Telegraph.

The event comes a day after Belgian authorities charged three men with conspiring to commit a terrorist attack against fans attending the 2016 Euro football games taking place in Paris, France.

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