Belgian police arrest 16 suspects
The government has decided to keep Brussels on the highest alert to prevent a possible terror attack
The Belgian government has decided to keep the capital Brussels on the highest state of alert to prevent a possible terror attack.
After chairing a meeting in Brussels, Prime Minister Charles Michel said a serious and imminent threat of Paris-style attack exists. He said schools, universities, and metro in Brussels will remain closed today.
Meanwhile, police arrested sixteen suspects in twenty-two raids in the Brussels and Charleroi.