Belgian reports: Three dead in anti-terrorism raid

By REUTERS
January 15, 2015 19:36

 
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BRUSSELS - Belgian public television channel RTBF said on its website that it had reports of three people being killed during a police counter-terrorism raid in Verviers in the east of the country.

The Belga news agency quoted federal prosecutors saying there had been a police operation near the center of the town but did not confirm there had been casualties. Belga said there were several casualties and said police activity was continuing.

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