People wait as a subway train arrives at the Central Station stop in Brussels, Belgium, November 25, 2015. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
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High-speed Thalys and Eurostar international rail services were disrupted Monday after signalling cables were deliberately set on fire between Brussels and the French city of Lille, the Belgian railway operator said.The disruptions affected the high-speed rail line between Brussels and Lille, which is used by Thalys, the TGV and Eurostar.At 09:30 am (08:30 GMT), a total of 15 trains had been cancelled. Eurostar said that none of its trains had traveled between London and Brussels, confirming two of them had been cancelled.
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