A girl lights candles at the Jewish Museum in Brussels, Sunday, May 25, 2014. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)
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Belgian police were hunting on Sunday for an assailant who shot dead three people at the Jewish Museum in Brussels, and French authorities tightened security at Jewish sites following another attack that prompted fears of a rise in anti-Semitism.About half of the country's 42,000-strong Jewish community lives in Brussels.The French government tightened security around synagogues and Jewish cultural centres on Sunday following an attack on two Jews in suburban Paris hours after the Brussels shootings.France's Agence Juive, which tracks Jewish emigration, says 1,407 Jews left France for Israel in the first three months of this year, putting 2014 on track to mark the biggest exodus of French Jews to Israel since the country was founded in 1948 .
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