A member of the Belgian police arrives in front of the house where a shooting took place during an anti-terror operation. AFP / JOHN THYS
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Belgian prosecutors Wednesday named a 35-year-old Algerian as the man shot dead by police Tuesday during a police raid on a Brussels apartment in the hunt for clues to bloody attacks in Paris last November.Investigators believe much of the planning and preparation for the Nov. 13 shooting and bombing rampage in Paris that killed 130 people was conducted in Brussels by young French and Belgian nationals, some of whom fought as militants in Syria.Ten people are being held in Belgian custody on a variety of charges relating to the four-month investigation, though prime suspects, including Salah Abdeslam, a brother of one of the Paris suicide bombers, are suspected of having fled the country.
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