Belgian man wounded in museum attacks dies in hospital bringing death toll to four
The young Belgian wounded on Saturday in an attack against the Jewish Museum of Belgium in Brussels died Sunday of his injuries, bringing the death toll to four as a result of the attack, the President of the Belgian League against antisemitism told AFP.


Aged twenty years, the young man, who worked as a receptionist at the Museum, died in the early afternoon at the Brussels hospital where he had been transferred, said Joel Rubinfeld. A couple of Israeli tourists and French citizens were also killed in the attack by a stranger. (AFP)