MAN SHOUTING 'ALLAHU AKBAR' SETS OFF SMALL EXPLOSION AT BRUSSELS TRAIN STATION, IS SHOT BY SOLDIERS

Soldiers shot a suspect after a small explosion at the central Brussels train station Tuesday night, a spokeswoman for the city prosecutor’s office said. It ...

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