Security tightened in Europe Countries after Anti-Terror Raids

Paris, Jan 17: The entire Europe is on high alert after a series of anti-terror raids and killings of two militants in Belgium this week.

The raids were conducted in Belgium cities following the terror strikes shook the French city Paris last week with the killings of 17 people and attack at French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo.

During the raids, more than 20 people have been arrested so far in Germany, France and Belgium. Police recovered Guns, weapons, and explosives, police uniforms, cash in the midnight operations in five cities of Belgium on Friday.  However, it is difficult to say there was any link between the militants arrested in the country and the Paris attacks.

The security has been beefed up in many European countries fearing the possible terror attacks.

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