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EU unaware of any specific threat
21 Sep 2014 23:11
The European Commission has said it has not been told of any specific threat against it from possible Jihadist fighters returning from Syria.
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There had been reports that the EU headquarters in Brussels was a target for jihadists.
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Belgian authorities yesterday confirmed they had made several arrests.
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There was no visible increase in external security around the Commission headquarters in the European Union district of central Brussels today.
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A spokesman for the federal judicial office in Brussels said he could not comment on the matter.
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Dutch public broadcaster NOS said at least two people among those arrested in the Belgian operations came from The Hague.
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NOS said one possible target was the Commission building.
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It said the aim had been to kill as many people as possible, similar to an attack in May on the Jewish museum in central Brussels which left four people dead.
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