Six people were arrested Thursday in a series of police raids in Brussels, federal prosecutors said, two days after jihadist attacks in the Belgian capital left 31 dead.
Three of the suspects were detained "outside the door of the federal prosecutor's office" a spokesman said. Two others were arrested in the Belgian capital and the sixth was detained in Jette, on the outskirts.
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