Belgian media: One armed suspect in Brussels raid 'neutralized'

March 15, 2016 19:34


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BRUSSELS - One suspect in Tuesday's raid in southern Brussels was "neutralized" after an exchange of fire with police, Belgian media reported.

Police had besieged an apartment in the southern district of Forest in a raid linked to the Paris attacks of November in which 130 people were killed.

Belgian daily DH said one suspect, described as holding a machine gun, was "neutralized" after being spotted from a police helicopter in a nearby garden.

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