A woman passes in front of the Jewish Museum, the site of a shooting on Saturday, in central Brussels May 25, 2014. REUTERS/Eric Vidal (BELGIUM - Tags: CRIME LAW)
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Two of the three people shot dead in an attack on the Jewish museum in Brussels were Israeli tourists, a spokesman for the Israeli foreign ministry said on Sunday.The attack drew condemnation from top European officials.President Shimon Peres spoke with head of Belgium's Jewish groups, Maurice Sosnowski, offering his condolences.It was the first fatal attack on a Belgian Jewish centre since the early 1980s in a country which is home to 40,000 Jews, roughly half of whom live in the capital.
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