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BRUSSELS, March 18 (Reuters) - An Algerian killed in a shootout with Brussels police this week was probably the man sought under an assumed name for plotting November's Islamist attacks in Paris, Belgium's federal prosecutor said on Friday. The prosecutor's office said in a statement that the man known as Samir Bouzid, who was on a wanted list, most probably is the Mohamed Belkaid, the Algerian killed on Tuesday.
#BREAKING At least one suspect still holed up at Brussels raid site: French police
French President Francois Hollande says he has no confirmation of reports Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam has been arrested in Belgium raid - Reuters
White House press secretary says he's unsure whether President Obama has been briefed on Brussels terror raid yet
Editor's note: We are following differing reports on the police raid going on in a Brussels suburb saying that Paris terror suspect Salah Abdeslam has been arrested, and perhaps wounded. The AFP news agency has spoken to a police source who confirms one injury, and a separate arrest, with at least one suspect still inside the site. We'll continue to monitor for official confirmation of the identity and status of those involved.
originally posted by: paraphi
Well, pleased that he was taken alive. He can now suffer the indignity of a trial and justice. Not too impressed by the people who think he should be killed and tortured, like they would do in the violent culture he represents.