Troops shoot suspected bomber in Brussels station – police
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Belgian troops shot a suspected suicide bomber in Brussels Central Station on Tuesday, officials said, adding that there were no other casualties and the situation was under control after people were evacuated.
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CCTV video shows suspected suicide bomber entering Sri Lankan church.
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