Brussels prosecutors say police carried out 13 new raids on Sunday

By REUTERS
March 27, 2016 16:53

 
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BRUSSELS - Brussels prosecutors on Sunday said police had carried out 13 new raids in various districts in and around the capital as part of investigations following bomb attacks.

In a statement, the federal prosecutor's office said a total of nine people were questioned "in the context of a terrorism file". Five were later released. The office said it could not give further details.


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