Terror fears lockdown Brussels for third day


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The search for a key suspect in the Paris terror attacks kept the Belgian capital in an unprecedented lockdown that brought normal business to a standstill.
The clampdown in Brussels continued for a third day on Monday -- with schools, shops and the entire metro system shut -- after a series of raids overnight by counter-terrorism special forces failed to find Belgium-born Salah Abdeslam, one of two brothers believed to have been involved in attacks that killed 130 in Paris on Nov. 13. Belgium’s government warned of a continuing, serious threat to the public.

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