Raids across the Belgium capital have revealed the full extent of the fundamentalists depraved plans
Raids across the Belgium capital have revealed the full extent of the fundamentalists depraved plans, after information was discovered on a laptop.
No politicians names were given.
Audio files which were uncovered also revealed the attackers had been in touch with Mehdi Nemmouche, the suspect behind a shooting at the Jewish Museum in Brussels.
Some four people died after 29-year-old Nemmouche opened fire in May 2014.
Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam shot & arrested
Fri, March 18, 2016
The most wanted IS memember Salah Abdeslam has been wounded in a counter terrorism raid in Brussels, said to be linked to last year's Paris attacks, in which 130 people died.
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Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam shot and arrested in Brussels
Investigations into the Paris attacks, in November 2015, and the Brussels attack in March the following year revealed links between the suspects.
Some 130 people were killed in a series of coordinated attacks across the French capital, targeting the Bataclan theatre, the Stade de France and other locations.
The majority of the Paris attackers were killed soon after the massacre, but at least three escaped and were arrested afterwards.
The Belgium attacks killed more than 30 people and injured hundreds more
The suspected ringleader, Abdelhamid Abaaoud, died in a police raid in northern Paris a few days after the attacks, and another key figure Salah Abdeslam was finally arrested in March after going on the run for several months.
Accomplice Mohamed Abrini, who is also thought to have been linked to the Paris attack, was arrested in Brussels on April 8.
The Belgium attacks – consisting of two suicide bombs at Brussels Airport and one at Maalbeek metro station – killed more than 30 people and injured hundreds more.
Belgian nationals Khalid and Brahim el-Bakraoui died when they detonated explosives at Zaventem airport and Maelbeek metro last March.
Two others have not been identified, but one is believed to have died while the other is one the run.
The suspected ringleader, Abdelhamid Abaaoud, died in a police raid
Belgian authorities conducted a series of raids across he city on Wednesday, arresting seven people from the same family.
The operation was focussed on eight operations, and no explosives or weapons were found, it was confirmed.
Belgian authorities conducted a series of raids across he city on Wednesday
Federal prosecutors said: “The investigation relates to the issue of possible returning Syria fighters.”
The raids were not linked to the Brussels or Paris attacks.
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