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Brussels shooting: Found ISIS flag, rifle found in apartment

Bulgaria is searching for two suspects who ran away when police raided a Brussels apartment linked to last year's Paris attract. The raid got ISIS flag, a Kalashnikov rifel and ammunition from the home.

During the raid on Tuesday, authorities killed suspect Belkhaid Mohammed (35). A sniper from the Belgian Special Force (BSF) killed Mohammed when he tried to open fire on police from a window.

The body of the suspect found next to rifle and book on Salafism,  a puritanical branch of Islam that dictates only the followers of the Prophet Mohammed practice the correct Islam.

Authorities also discovered 11 loaded Kalashnikov Magazines and innumerable shelling casing, but their were not explosive according to Van-der-Sypt. This raid was cause of that authorities found links to the Paris terror attact that killed 130 peoples in November.

The raid Tuesday started when four Belgian and two French police officers arrived at what they thought was an empty residence in Forest, according to a senior Belgian counterterrorism official.

"From the moment that the door of the flat was opened, at least two persons ... opened fire toward them," Van der Sypt said.

Three officers - including a Frenchwoman - were hurt in the initial exchange of gunfire before managing "to retreat safely," he said. A fourth officer from Belgium suffered a slight injury to the head in a later exchange.

Reinforcements arrived, with bullets flying back and forth for several hours. There's no change in Belgium's threat level, now at its second highest. But Prime Minister Charles Michel acknowledged the raid underscored the need to be on guard.

"The terrorist threat level is maintained at level three as yesterday's events confirm the threat is still real," he said.

Two terrorist operatives phoned in orders from Brussels to those directly involved in the Paris attacks, according to a senior Belgian counterterrorism official.

These two had an even more integral role than Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the man long identified as the ringleader of the attacks, according to the official.

Abaaoud was killed during a raid that collapsed an entire floor of an apartment building in Paris. Yet others with Belgian connections and ties to the November attacks remain at large.

They include Salah Abdeslam, a Belgian-born French national who lived and spent time with Abaaoud in a Belgian prison. The trail for Abdeslam, one of the few alleged Paris attackers to escape alive, went cold in December, according to a senior European counterterrorism official.

French sources close to the investigation said Abdeslam was not the target of Tuesday's raid. Many of those tied to the Paris massacre lived in Belgium, and they're believed to have met there before planning attacks.


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