Two Suspects Still Sought After Shooting in Brussels Terror Raid

  • Slain gunman identified as 35-year-old Algerian national
  • Police find Kalashnikov, Islamic State flag in apartment

A manhunt continued for two suspects after a counter-terrorism raid in Brussels left one gunman dead and several police officers injured, with Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel saying the risk of a terror attack remains “serious” and “probable.”

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