Belgium's anti-terror laws raise concern

One year ago, Brussels was subjected to the worst attack in Belgium's history. Three coordinated bombs went off in the airport and the underground, killing 32 people and wounding hundreds more.

    One year ago, Brussels was subjected to the worst attack in Belgium's history.

    Three coordinated bombs went off in the airport and the underground, killing 32 people and wounding hundreds more.

    Belgium is still on high alert, but rights groups are concerned by the country's new counterterrorism measures and allegations of police abuse.

    Al Jazeera’s Charlie Angela reports from Brussels.


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