Belgian Army soldiers patrol at Zaventem Airport in Brussels on Wednesday, March 23, 2016. (AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)
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Belgium's approach to immigration and security has again come under fire after the Brussels bombings, but many say the country is being unfairly singled out and the timing of the criticism is crass.Belgium has faced criticism over its security failings, particularly in the wake of November's Paris attacks that were largely planned in the Brussels suburb of Molenbeek, considered a hotbed of Islamist radicalism.Nonetheless, experts have warned against singling out Belgium for criticism.Belgium's ambassador to Britain, Guy Trouveroy, said it was "not entirely right" to suggest some areas of his country had been abandoned by the authorities.An aide to Sapin told AFP the minister had not wanted to single out Belgium and was talking more generally about the terrorist threat.
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