BRUSSELS, Belgium — The door of 47 Rue Delaunoy was still ajar, broken glass scattered outside, after Belgian police raids on Monday night in connection with the Paris attacks.
But although officers continued to search buildings in Molenbeek on Tuesday, the working class immigrant neighborhood on the outskirts of Brussels seemed mostly quiet.
Across the canal in the historic center of the Belgian capital, the Christmas market at St. Catherine’s Church was being set up as shoppers crowded the high street.
But under the façade of normalcy, the city was still tense, after revelations that several attackers had lived here before the attacks on Paris that killed at least 129 people. Read more on Mashable.