BAGHDAD / Sky Press, warned French Prime Minister, Manuel Valls, that France may be exposed to a chemical or biological attack by terrorist groups, at a time when members of parliament to discuss the extension of the state of emergency imposed after the Paris attacks.
Belgian police have raided six properties in Brussels and the surrounding areas, relevant Bmhajman suspects in the Paris attacks, two Hadwi Bilal, and Salah Abdel-Salam.
It was not clear if the person suspected of organized attacks - Abdul Hamid Obaaud - had been killed in raids French police Wednesday in Paris.
The attacks on the French capital, where 129 people had been killed.
Waltz was speaking to parliament before the vote on the extension of a state of emergency for three months.
Waltz said the deputies that "terrorism hit France, not because of what you do in Iraq and Syria, but because it is France."
"It is the new ways of working, and methods of attack and murder evolving all the time. The apocalyptic imagination to those who give the orders has no boundaries. Rifles, spare warheads, and suicide bombers, and knives, or all of it all at once."
Waltz Europe and called for the adoption of procedures to share information on airline passengers, as a means to protect the collective security.
And potentially launch of the "Islamic State" and other attacks - in Europe, according to the head of the agency says law enforcement in the European Union.
And Rob Wainwright was speaking to members of the European Parliament in Brussels in advance of an emergency meeting of interior ministers Union Friday looking Paris attacks.
And targeted raids in Belgium buildings in Jet, and Molenbeek, relevant Hadwi Bilal, a French national living in Belgium, and one of the seven attackers, who were killed in Paris, according to local radio RTBF Belgian station.
And has another raid on a house in the neighborhood was in Brussels, irrelevant Salah Abdel-Salam, a suspect believed to be fugitive, she said Belgian authorities told the BBC.
The plans for the raids while ago, was not part of the hunt for the suspects, according to what the Belgian prosecutor's office to the media.
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