One suspect was killed and four Belgian police officers were slightly injured Tuesday when a raid tied to last year’s Paris terror attacks erupted in gunfire, officials said.
A French police source told NBC News that the counterterrorism operation on a house in the Forest section of Brussels targeted a group of people connected to those already charged in the Nov. 13 attacks. The targets did not include Salah Abdeslam, a French national who fled Paris after the attacks and remains on the run, the source said.
Footage from the scene on rue du Dries showed heavily-armed officers taking up positions…
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