Report: Greek authorities hunting Belgium attack plot suspect

By REUTERS
January 17, 2015 19:27

 
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BRUSSELS/ATHENS - Greek authorities are hunting for a man wanted in connection with the foiled plot to attack Belgian police, Belgian media reported on Saturday.

Belgium's state broadcaster said authorities were seeking a Brussels man of Moroccan origin who was hiding in Greece.

Greek police said international security coordinators had passed on the names of several people in connection with the plot in Belgium to check if they were in Greece or had passed through the country.

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