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After Paris Attacks, Anxiety in Europe’s Borderless Zone

Brussels may have returned to some degree of normalcy on Wednesday, with some schools reopening and trains running. But the situation remains tense as the biggest security operation in Belgium since World War II continues, with a new international arrest warrant released and one Paris attack suspect still at large. The latest events have reopened difficult discussions about what could have been done to prevent the attacks, the future of the visa free “Schengen zone” and challenges of...

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