Yerevan, 27.April.2018,
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Belgium arrests two over 'New Year plot'

Belgian police have arrested two people suspected of planning attacks in Brussels on New Year's eve.

Raids took place on Sunday and Monday in different parts of the country, according to officials.

Police seized military clothing and propaganda materials in the raids, but no weapons or explosives.

Belgium has been on high alert since the attacks of 13 November in Paris. Several of the perpetrators are thought to have been based in Belgium.

The suspects are accused of planning attacks against several "symbolic targets" in Brussels, as well as on the police, according to the Belgian broadcaster RTBF.

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