Belgian soldiers and a policeman patrol in central Brussels, capital of Belgium, on Nov. 22, 2015. The terror threat level in the Brussels region was increased to
Belgian soldiers and a policeman patrol in central Brussels, capital of Belgium, on Nov. 22, 2015. The terror threat level in the Brussels region was increased to "maximum" as authorities received information on the risk of an attack "similar to Paris." The terror threat currently facing Belgium is "broader than Salah Abdeslam alone", the country's interior minister Jan Jambon said in a TV interview late Saturday. (Xinhua/Zhou Lei)
Belgian soldiers and a policeman patrol in central Brussels, capital of Belgium, on Nov. 22, 2015. The terror threat level in the Brussels region was increased to "maximum" as authorities received information on the risk of an attack "similar to Paris." The terror threat currently facing Belgium is "broader than Salah Abdeslam alone", the country's interior minister Jan Jambon said in a TV interview late Saturday.  (Xinhua/Zhou Lei)
Belgian soldiers and a policeman patrol in central Brussels, capital of Belgium, on Nov. 22, 2015. The terror threat level in the Brussels region was increased to “maximum” as authorities received information on the risk of an attack “similar to Paris.” The terror threat currently facing Belgium is “broader than Salah Abdeslam alone”, the country’s interior minister Jan Jambon said in a TV interview late Saturday. (Xinhua/Zhou Lei)
Belgian soldiers patrol in central Brussels, capital of Belgium, on Nov. 22, 2015. The terror threat level in the Brussels region was increased to "maximum" as authorities received information on the risk of an attack "similar to Paris." The terror threat currently facing Belgium is "broader than Salah Abdeslam alone", the country's interior minister Jan Jambon said in a TV interview late Saturday. (Xinhua/Zhou Lei)
Belgian soldiers patrol in central Brussels, capital of Belgium, on Nov. 22, 2015. The terror threat level in the Brussels region was increased to “maximum” as authorities received information on the risk of an attack “similar to Paris.” The terror threat currently facing Belgium is “broader than Salah Abdeslam alone”, the country’s interior minister Jan Jambon said in a TV interview late Saturday. (Xinhua/Zhou Lei)
 Belgian soldiers patrol in central Brussels, capital of Belgium, on Nov. 22, 2015. The terror threat level in the Brussels region was increased to "maximum" as authorities received information on the risk of an attack "similar to Paris." The terror threat currently facing Belgium is "broader than Salah Abdeslam alone", the country's interior minister Jan Jambon said in a TV interview late Saturday. (Xinhua/Zhou Lei)
Belgian soldiers patrol in central Brussels, capital of Belgium, on Nov. 22, 2015. The terror threat level in the Brussels region was increased to “maximum” as authorities received information on the risk of an attack “similar to Paris.” The terror threat currently facing Belgium is “broader than Salah Abdeslam alone”, the country’s interior minister Jan Jambon said in a TV interview late Saturday. (Xinhua/Zhou Lei)
 Belgian soldiers patrol in central Brussels, capital of Belgium, on Nov. 22, 2015. The terror threat level in the Brussels region was increased to "maximum" as authorities received information on the risk of an attack "similar to Paris." The terror threat currently facing Belgium is "broader than Salah Abdeslam alone", the country's interior minister Jan Jambon said in a TV interview late Saturday. (Xinhua/Zhou Lei)
Belgian soldiers patrol in central Brussels, capital of Belgium, on Nov. 22, 2015. The terror threat level in the Brussels region was increased to “maximum” as authorities received information on the risk of an attack “similar to Paris.” The terror threat currently facing Belgium is “broader than Salah Abdeslam alone”, the country’s interior minister Jan Jambon said in a TV interview late Saturday. (Xinhua/Zhou Lei)
Belgian soldiers  and a policeman check the luggage of pedestrians while patrolling in central Brussels, capital of Belgium, on Nov. 22, 2015. The terror threat level in the Brussels region was increased to "maximum" as authorities received information on the risk of an attack "similar to Paris." The terror threat currently facing Belgium is "broader than Salah Abdeslam alone", the country's interior minister Jan Jambon said in a TV interview late Saturday.  (Xinhua/Zhou Lei)
Belgian soldiers
and a policeman check the luggage of pedestrians while patrolling in central Brussels, capital of Belgium, on Nov. 22, 2015. The terror threat level in the Brussels region was increased to “maximum” as authorities received information on the risk of an attack “similar to Paris.” The terror threat currently facing Belgium is “broader than Salah Abdeslam alone”, the country’s interior minister Jan Jambon said in a TV interview late Saturday. (Xinhua/Zhou Lei)
Belgian soldiers patrol in central Brussels, capital of Belgium, on Nov. 22, 2015. The terror threat level in the Brussels region was increased to "maximum" as authorities received information on the risk of an attack "similar to Paris." The terror threat currently facing Belgium is "broader than Salah Abdeslam alone", the country's interior minister Jan Jambon said in a TV interview late Saturday. (Xinhua/Zhou Lei)
Belgian soldiers patrol in central Brussels, capital of Belgium, on Nov. 22, 2015. The terror threat level in the Brussels region was increased to “maximum” as authorities received information on the risk of an attack “similar to Paris.” The terror threat currently facing Belgium is “broader than Salah Abdeslam alone”, the country’s interior minister Jan Jambon said in a TV interview late Saturday. (Xinhua/Zhou Lei)
A Belgian soldier patrols in central Brussels, capital of Belgium, on Nov. 22, 2015. The terror threat level in the Brussels region was increased to "maximum" as authorities received information on the risk of an attack "similar to Paris." The terror threat currently facing Belgium is "broader than Salah Abdeslam alone", the country's interior minister Jan Jambon said in a TV interview late Saturday. (Xinhua/Zhou Lei)
A Belgian soldier patrols in central Brussels, capital of Belgium, on Nov. 22, 2015. The terror threat level in the Brussels region was increased to “maximum” as authorities received information on the risk of an attack “similar to Paris.” The terror threat currently facing Belgium is “broader than Salah Abdeslam alone”, the country’s interior minister Jan Jambon said in a TV interview late Saturday. (Xinhua/Zhou Lei)

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