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Police think Belgian attacker left one dead before rampage

A memorial grew yesterday to victims of a weapons attack Tuesday in Liege, Belgium. A gunman apparently killed a cleaning woman prior to killing three other people in a crowded square. A memorial grew yesterday to victims of a weapons attack Tuesday in Liege, Belgium. A gunman apparently killed a cleaning woman prior to killing three other people in a crowded square. (PHILIPPE HUGUEN/AFP/Getty Images)
By James Kanter
New York Times / December 15, 2011
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Belgian police said yesterday that they had discovered a cleaning woman’s body at a storage facility used to keep weapons and grow marijuana by the man who killed at least three people when he lobbed hand grenades and fired indiscriminately into crowds at a central square Tuesday. Prosecutors believe the attacker, whom they identified as Nordine Amrani, 33, killed the woman before his rampage in the historic Place St.-Lambert, which left about 120 injured, at least five critically, and ended with him turning the gun on himself.

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