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Mourners gather at site of Belgium attack

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A woman prays at the site of a gun and grenade attack in central Liege December 14.

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A woman stands near flowers and offerings placed at the site of a gun and grenade attack in central Liege December 14. Nordine Amrani, a 33-year-old previously jailed for possession of arms and drugs offences, brought carnage to Liege on Tuesday, spraying bullets at Christmas shoppers and hurling a grenade at people waiting for a bus, killing four people including a girl of 17 months before shooting himself dead.

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Shattered glass in a window after the shooting and grenades attack in Place Saint-Lambert, Liege, Belgium, on Dec. 14. A wounded child died late Dec. 13 after a shooting and grenade attack on a Belgian Christmas market, raising the death toll to five, a news report said. The dead consisted of four victims and the perpetrator, a man who hurled grenades and fired into a crowd 13 December in Liege before taking his own life, the Belga news agency reported. More than 120 people.

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People mourn at Place Saint Lambert on Dec. 14, in Liege, Belgium. Three people were killed and over 120 injured after Nordine Amrani threw grenades and started shooting at a busy market. Amrani commited suicide at the scene.

 From msnbc.com news services:

LIEGE, Belgium - Investigators have found the body of a woman in a shed belonging to the gunman who killed four people and wounded 125 in eastern Belgium on Tuesday.

The body was found following an overnight search of the building, which police said shooter Nordine Amrani had used to grow cannabis.

The 33-year-old brought carnage to the eastern city of Liege by hurling grenades and spraying bullets into crowds of Christmas shoppers.


Two boys aged 15 and 17 were killed, along with a 75-year-old woman and a toddler of just 17 months, whom hospital doctors fought for hours to save.

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