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    Belgium’s Counterterror Struggles Underscore Long-Simmering Concernsi
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    Jeff Seldin
    March 24, 2016 11:22 PM
    The scramble by Belgium’s security agencies following the Brussels terror attacks is putting the country’s counterterrorism apparatus under an intense spotlight, with criticism pouring in from around the world. VOA national security correspondent Jeff Seldin reports.

    Belgium’s Counterterror Struggles Underscore Long-Simmering Concerns

    Published March 24, 2016

    The scramble by Belgium’s security agencies following the Brussels terror attacks is putting the country’s counterterrorism apparatus under an intense spotlight, with criticism pouring in from around the world. VOA national security correspondent Jeff Seldin reports.


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