epa05037816 Belgian security forces during a police operation in Molenbeek, Belgium, 22 November 2015. The city of Brussels will remain at Belgium's highest level of terrorism alert following a decision made by the Belgian national security council. The decision came as police continued a manhunt for two suspected terrorists wanted in connection with the November 13 Paris terrorist attacks. Multiple suspects connected to the bombings and shootings in Paris, which killed 130 people and left 352 injured, had ties to the Belgian capital. For more than a week, police in Brussels have been searching for Salah Abdeslam, the brother of one of the Paris suicide bombers  EPA/OLIVIER HOSLET

Belgium police failed to secure flat containing chemicals during Brussels terror alert

Belgian police have come under fire from British security experts after it was revealed that they failed to secure a flat containing chemicals and tools that could be used to make home-made bombs in the middle of an unprecedented terror alert in Brussels.

Police also released the man who lived in the flat in the capital’s Molenbeek immigrant area – where several of the Paris attackers lived – just a day after they detained him when a SWAT team burst into the four-storey building and took all its residents in for questioning.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Yeah, those Belgums have everything under control.
    Over and under on how many Europeans are going to have to die before they pull their collective heads out of their arses?
    1,000 – 1,500 is my guesstimate.

    • Blacksmith

      I think you are low, their heads are VERY far up their asses.