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Le Soir, March 16, 2016
"Deadly search in Forest," writes Brussels-based daily Le Soiron its front page Wednesday, a day after Belgian and French police killed a gunman linked to the terror attacks in Paris, in a raid on an apartment in a Brussels suburb.
At press conference in Brussels early Wednesday, a spokesperson for the Belgian prosecutor's office said the slain gunman had been identified as Mohamed Belkaid, a 35-year-old Algerian man living illegally in the country and who was not known by police services, except for a petty theft in 2014. A Kalashnikov rifle, an ISIS flag and a book on Salafism were also reportedly found next to the body of the shooter.
Two suspects involved in the shooting who had originally managed to flee from the scene were apprehended today, according to Dutch-language VTM Nieuws TV channel. Authorities are still looking for two other suspects.