The Belgian Prime Minister has expressed his shock after three people were reportedly killed in a shooting near the Jewish Museum in the capital, Brussels.
Elio Di Rupo tweeted: "Shocked by events in Brussels.
"My sincere condolences and my support to the families of the victims and their relatives
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