Entertainment: A dead in a shooting with the police in Belgium

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A shooting broke out during a series of searches in the Antwerp region. The police were targeting far -right sympathizers, in connection with a terrorist attack project.

La police monte la garde sur les lieux où une fusillade s'est produite lorsque la police a perquisitionné une maison, à Merksem, Anvers. © Jonas Roosens / Belga / AFP Police is on the spot where a shooting occurred when the police have searched a house in Merksem, Antwerp.

A person was killed this Wednesday in Belgium in Merksem, in the Antwerp region on Wednesday, during a shooting with the police.

An exchange of fatal shots while the police carried out a dozen searches related to a project of terrorist attack, planned by relatives of the far right.

[these searches] have enabled the seizure of very many weapons and ammunition, the counting of which and the analysis must be carried out in the coming days. Certain weapons present on site were legally registered. Federal prosecution

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