Trump says Muslims not doing enough to prevent attacks

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March 23, 2016 08:27

 
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LONDON - US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said Muslims were failing to report suspicious activity and they must do more to help prevent attacks such as those which killed at least 30 people in Belgium.

"When they see trouble they have to report it, they are not reporting it, they are absolutely not reporting it and that's a big problem," Trump said in an interview broadcast on Wednesday on Britain's ITV television.

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