Roads in central Brussels closed off by police amid high terror threat

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November 22, 2015 22:06

 
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Belgian police closed a number of roads in Brussels as the country remains on high alert Sunday night.

In the developing story reported in Belgian paper Le Soir, a number of central roads in the country's capital city were closed, using city buses and vans as barricades. A police operation was said to be underway, though details surrounding the situation were not able to be confirmed.

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