BRUSSELS: POLICE NEUTRALIZED MAN WITH EXPLOSIVE BELT

Belgian police say they have neutralized a person wearing an explosive belt in the capital Brussels.

Officials said the situation was immediately brought under control. Security forces were deployed to the capital city’s main square. They cordoned off the area and evacuated the people. The developments came after gunshots and an explosion were heard at a train station in the capital city.

Jerome Hughes
Press TV

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