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Belgian linked to drugs, not Paris attack: prosecutors

A man questioned in Belgium after the Champs Elysees attack in Paris is wanted in a drugs case and has no link to the fatal shooting in France, Belgian prosecutors said Friday. French sources said Belgian police who searched the suspect's home in the port city of Antwerp had found weapons, balaclavas and a train ticket for France hours before a gunman shot dead a police officer and wounded two others in Paris.
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