Belgium Holds Two Suspects After Raid Linked to Paris Attacks, Dead Gunman Identified

Investigators believe much of the planning and preparation for the Nov. 13 shooting and bombing rampage in Paris that killed 130 people was conducted in Brussels by young French and Belgian nationals.

Robert-Jan Bartunek and Philip Blenkinsop
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Reporters stand in front of an apartment (C) in the Brussels district of Forest where a gunman was shot dead by Belgian police on Tuesday after a raid on the apartment linked to investigations into November's Islamist attacks in Paris March 16, 2016.
An apartment building in the Brussels district of Forest where a gunman was shot dead by Belgian police during a raid linked to investigations into November's attacks in Paris, March 16, 2016.Credit: Reuters

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