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More terrorists detained in Belgium and France as Kerry visits Brussels

by Leigh Jones
Posted 3/25/16, 01:10 pm

Belgian police arrested three suspects after raids in Brussels today. One man was carrying a bag of explosives and was shot in the leg before being detained.

The men were captured in three separate locations around the city and are believed to be connected to Tuesday’s terror attack, which killed 31 people and left nearly 300 others injured. The suspects also could be linked to a man arrested in Paris on Thursday, who is thought to have been plotting another attack.

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Neutrality is not so admirable

by Andrée Seu Peterson
Posted 3/25/16, 01:06 pm

For the first 20 seconds you think about it, political neutrality is admirable. Not taking sides in a conflict between belligerents is thought—for a moment—to be the position of peace, of level-headedness, of moral superiority, of taking the high road.

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Trump was right about Brussels

by Anthony Bradley
Posted 3/23/16, 04:09 pm

The increasing number of terror attacks in Europe, like the one yesterday in Brussels, serves as a dark reminder that we live in an era where international acts of aggression against the West are no longer associated with individual nation-states but distributed around the world via Islamic terrorist cells. Whether you are a Donald Trump fan or not, he predicted something terrible would happen in Brussels.

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