The New York Post: Police kill man wearing explosive belt in Brussels train station

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A soldier cordons off an area outside Gare Central in Brussels on June 20, 2017, after an explosion in the Belgian capital.

A would-be suicide bomber was killed by Belgian military personnel on Tuesday after he set off a small explosion at the Brussels Central railway station — which injured no one, cops said.

Federal officials have described the incident as a foiled “terror attack.”

Belgian media reported that the man had been wearing a rucksack and a bomb belt. He detonated some explosives inside the train station, which drew the attention of military officers.

They shot and “neutralized” him moments later, authorities said.

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