Brussels police after the incident, the Belgian police patrol involved in the street. Photograph: visual China
Enter the weekend on Friday evening, the European capitals continuous attack.
A knife wielding man is attacking three police officers patrolling the streets of St. Catherine, Brussels, Belgium, local time around 8:10 pm local time on August 25th, the guardian reported. The Belgian Federal procuratorate confirmed that the attacker was immediately hit the police, after the hospital died, two police injured in the conflict.
According to the Belgian state television "RTBF" channel reported that the attacker is a man of about 30 years old, nationality has not yet been confirmed, but may come from Somalia, has not yet found the background of terrorist activities. The man shouted "Allahu Akbar" when he launched an attack.Brussels street was blocked by police sources: CCTV news
The Belgian authorities called the attack a "terrorist act" and set a "two level of terror threat"". The incident was "an isolated incident," Xinhua quoted Brussels mayor Philip Close as saying".
Belgian Prime Minister Michel subsequently tweeted: "we fully support the action of the military.". Our security agencies are on high alert."
According to reports, two months ago, a Belgian police in Brussels central station foiled a terrorist attack, a man was shot dead. In March 2016, 32 people were killed and more than 300 injured in a series of attacks on the Brussels Airport and the subway.
At the same time, local time on August 25th night at 8:35, the London Buckingham Palace also took place outside the attack. British police have found a knife man outside the Buckingham Palace, where two police officers were slightly injured in the arrest, The Associated Press said, and the suspect has been detained.
According to Xinhua News Agency reported that British Prime Minister Teresa May on the same day to Buckingham Palace to meet the queen Elizabeth II, this is the June 8th election before the last time she met with the queen as prime minister.
British police said it was not yet possible to determine whether the incident was a terrorist attack. According to reports, even the Buckingham Palace looks around the walls, heavily-guarded, but there is still a security vulnerability. Last year, a murder criminal climbed into the Buckingham Palace along the wall when the queen was at home, and the man was arrested on the spot.