Belgium's Prime Minister Elio Di Rupo offered his support to the Jewish community after a shooting at Brussels' Jewish Museum in which two women and a man were killed and one person seriously injured.
Di Rupo told a news conference at the Brussels' Prosecution's Office: "Whatever the exact circumstances were of the shootout, there are four innocent victims who have been affected. It is a deeply symbolic place that was hit, namely the Jewish museum in Belgium.
"The Belgian government expresses all its support to the Jewish community of our country. I gave as well our support to the director of the Jewish museum in Belgium" .
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