Security forces in Belgium have detained two men on terrorism charges after discovering explosives, loaded AK-47s, police and other uniforms – all indicating a potential large-scale attack – during the raids in Brussels.
Federal Judicial Police in Brussels carried out six raids on Tuesday and Wednesday night in the Anderlecht district of Brussels, the Federal Prosecutor’s Office revealed.
Two of the four detained individuals, identified as Akim S., 40, and Khalid S., 37, have been “charged with participating in activities of a terrorist group,” the prosecutors said on Wednesday. The other two people have been released without charge.
While raiding a garage in Anderlecht, authorities discovered three loaded Kalashnikov automatic rifles, three handguns and ammunition, as well as two bulletproof vests. Among other things, police have also unearthed two…
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