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Three Killed In Brussels Jewish Museum Shooting
Three people have been killed and another is in a critical condition after a shooting at the Jewish Museum in Brussels.
Belgian Interior Minister Joelle Milquet tweeted to say she believes it was an "anti-Semitic attack".
Two women and a man were killed in the shooting, which came a day before Belgium's general election and European parliament election.
They were all struck by bullets in the face or throat, according to a spokeswoman from the prosecutor's office.
A fourth person injured in the attack is still being treated in hospital.
Sources said two of the dead were Israeli tourists - a man and a woman - from Tel Aviv.
Sky's Robert Nisbet said a local website quoted witnesses as saying an Audi drove up to the museum and two men got out and began firing indiscriminately at passers-by.
They then got back into the car and drove off, La Libre newspaper said on its website.
The attack happened just before 4pm in the Sablon area.
One man was arrested while trying to drive away from the scene. He remains in custody.
Police say they are looking for a second suspect who escaped on foot.
Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders heard shots and arrived at the scene moments later to find bodies on the ground.
"I am shocked by the murders committed at the Jewish museum, I am thinking of the victims I saw there and their families," he wrote on Twitter.
A Jewish community leader, Joel Rubinfeld, said it clearly "is a terrorist act" and the result of "a climate of hate".
Protection around Jewish sites in the country has been increased and Belgian prime minister Elio Di Rupo said "all Belgians are united" in the wake of the attack.
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu called the murder "the result of constant incitement against Jews and their state".