Police find assault rifle next to dead attacker at Brussels airport

By REUTERS
March 22, 2016 15:11

 
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BRUSSELS - Belgian police have found a Kalashnikov assault rifle next to a dead attacker at Brussels airport, the Belgian public broadcaster VRT said on Tuesday.

The death toll in the twin attacks on Tuesday on the Belgian capital's main airport and a metro station has risen to 34 with more than 130 wounded.

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