People take part in a white march to commemorate the victims of a shooting on May 29 in Liege, at the Tivoli space, in Liege city center, on June 3, 2018. / AFP / BELGA / NICOLAS MAETERLINCK
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Nearly 3,000 people marched in the Belgian city of Liege on Sunday to honor the three victims of a shooting there last week that prosecutors are treating as a terrorist attack.The marchers, most dressed in white, made a solemn procession through the city's sunny streets before laying white roses at the scene of the attack by Benjamin Herman, who shot dead two policewomen and a student on Tuesday.Student Cyril Vangriecken, 22, shot dead by Herman as he sat in the passenger seat of a parked car, will be buried on Monday.Daesh (ISIS) claimed one of its "soldiers" was responsible for the attack, through its Amaq propaganda agency.
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