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One Year On Brussels Remains on Edge

BRUSSELS (AP) — Brussels International Airport, where 16 people died in two bomb attacks on March 22, 2016, looks shiny new. The Maelbeek subway station, where another 16 died from a backpack bomb, processes commuters much as it always has. And tourism is recovering, despite Donald Trump calling the Belgian capital a “hellhole” that should be avoided at all costs.

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UK Police Given More Time to Question Terror Attack Suspects

LONDON (AP) — British police have been given more time to question four people in an investigation that is possibly linked to a key suspect in the deadly attacks in Paris and Brussels. Counterterrorism police on Saturday were given seven

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Belgian Minister Says Many Muslims ‘Danced’ After Attacks

Brussels (AFP) – Belgian Interior Minister Jan Jambon (pictured) said Saturday that a “significant” part of the Muslim population celebrated attacks, blaming the country’s policies for failing to integrate migrants into society. He did not explicitly refer to last month’s

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More Brussels Terror Raids, No Arrests Made

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Belgian police ended a search of an apartment complex in the central Brussels district of Etterbeek on Saturday without making arrests after having evacuated the building’s residents, a Reuters journalist at the scene said. The building, which

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Brussels Terrorist Worked in European Parliament

One of the Brussels terrorists worked briefly as a cleaner at the European Union parliament and had full access to every office, it has been revealed. Authorities at the European Parliament announced on Wednesday that one of the terrorists responsible for

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UK Man Arrested For Anti-Terrorism Tweet

A talent agency head has been arrested on charges of inciting racial hatred after he posted a critical tweet referencing the Brussels terror attacks. Matthew Doyle, head partner at a talent agency in London, was outraged over the terrorist attacks in

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Police Report: 90 More Suicide Bombers Ready to Explode in Europe

TEL AVIV – The mastermind of the November 2015 Paris attacks told an acquaintance that he was the commander of 90 “kamikazes-in-waiting” who infiltrated Europe to carry out terrorist attacks, according to information contained in a 55-page report compiled by French anti-terrorism officials.

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U.S. State Department Warns Americans Abroad of Holy Week Terror Threat

The State Department has warned U.S. citizens traveling in Europe that terrorist groups “continue to plan near-term attacks throughout Europe” and advises them to be especially cautious during upcoming “religious holidays.” On Tuesday, Italian counterterrorism forces in Naples arrested suspected

Dutch police officers patrol the Central Station in Amsterdam on March 22, 2016 as security measures were reinforced in the wake of blasts in Brussels. Belgium's neighbours France, Germany and the Netherlands tightened border security after the attacks on Brussels airport and metro system that left at least 26 dead.

Brussels Terror Attacks Spur Heightened Security Throughout Europe

In the immediate wake of Tuesday morning’s coordinated terror attacks on Brussels’ national airport and a key subway station near the European Commission, other European nations are scrambling to reinforce security measures while simultaneously reassuring their citizens. Belgium immediately sent