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CRIME BELGIUM
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April 26, 2006
Belgium's Justice Minister Laurette Onkelinx (R) and Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt hold a joint news...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgium's Justice Minister Onkelinx and PM Verhofstadt hold a joint news conference in Brussels
Belgium's Justice Minister Laurette Onkelinx (R) and Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt hold a joint news conference in Brussels April 26, 2006. Belgian authorities revealed that the suspects in the murder of a teenager that shocked the nation were Polish, sparking an outcry over original assumptions the perpetrators were of North African origin. Joe Van Holsbeeck was stabbed five times in the chest during evening rushhour at the capital's central railway station on April 12 when he refused to hand over his MP3 player. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
CRIME BELGIUM
RTR1CTNU
April 26, 2006
Belgium's Interior Minister Patrick Dewael (L) gestures next to Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt during...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgium's Interior Minister Dewael gestures next to PM Verhofstadt during a news conference in Brussels...
Belgium's Interior Minister Patrick Dewael (L) gestures next to Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt during a news conference in Brussels April 26, 2006. Belgian authorities revealed that the suspects in the murder of a teenager that shocked the nation were Polish, sparking an outcry over original assumptions the perpetrators were of North African origin. Joe Van Holsbeeck was stabbed five times in the chest during evening rushhour at the capital's central railway station on April 12 when he refused to hand over his MP3 player. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
CRIME BELGIUM
RTR1CTN7
April 26, 2006
(L-R) Belgium's Interior Minister Patrick Dewael, Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt and Justice Minister...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgium's Interior Minister Dewael, PM Verhofstadt and Justice Minister Onkelinx hold joint news conference...
(L-R) Belgium's Interior Minister Patrick Dewael, Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt and Justice Minister Laurette Onkelinx hold a joint news conference in Brussels April 26, 2006. Belgian authorities revealed that the suspects in the murder of a teenager that shocked the nation were Polish, sparking an outcry over original assumptions the perpetrators were of North African origin. Joe Van Holsbeeck was stabbed five times in the chest during evening rushhour at the capital's central railway station on April 12 when he refused to hand over his MP3 player. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
CRIME BELGIUM
RTR1CTN6
April 26, 2006
Belgium's Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt rubs his eyes as he holds a news conference in Brussels April...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgium's PM Verhofstadt holds news conference in Brussels
Belgium's Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt rubs his eyes as he holds a news conference in Brussels April 26, 2006. Belgian authorities revealed that the suspects in the murder of a teenager that shocked the nation were Polish, sparking an outcry over original assumptions the perpetrators were of North African origin. Joe Van Holsbeeck was stabbed five times in the chest during evening rushhour at the capital's central railway station on April 12 when he refused to hand over his MP3 player. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
CRIME BELGIUM
RTR1CTN3
April 26, 2006
Belgium's Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt gestures as he holds a news conference in Brussels April 26,...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgium's PM Verhofstadt holds news conference in Brussels
Belgium's Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt gestures as he holds a news conference in Brussels April 26, 2006. Belgian authorities revealed that the suspects in the murder of a teenager that shocked the nation were Polish, sparking an outcry over original assumptions the perpetrators were of North African origin. Joe Van Holsbeeck was stabbed five times in the chest during evening rushhour at the capital's central railway station on April 12 when he refused to hand over his MP3 player . REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM FUEL
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September 12, 2000
A pedestrian crosses near a Brussels underpass as trucks block one of the major routes through the city...
Brussels, Belgium
TRUCKS BLOCK ONE OF THE MAJOR ROUTES THROUGH BRUSSELS.
A pedestrian crosses near a Brussels underpass as trucks block one of the major routes through the city September 12, 2000. Belgian truckers disrupted the morning rushhour as they protested for a third day against high fuel prices as similar protests started to spread throughout Europe.

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BRITAIN
RTXHLIK
April 03, 1997
A Bomb disposal expert operates a robot used to make a controlled explosion on a suspected device under...
Rugby, UK
A Bomb disposal expert operates a robot used to make a controlled explosion on a suspected device un.....
A Bomb disposal expert operates a robot used to make a controlled explosion on a suspected device under junction 18 of the M1 in Northamptonshire April 3. A series of suspected IRA bomb warnings caused chaos after police closed down sections of three of Britain's busiest highways during the morning rushhour.
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