Hollande: Terrorism threat remains "very high" in Belgium, France

The threat of terrorism remains "very high" in both France and Belgium, French President Francois Hollande says.

"Everywhere, in Belgium as in France, the threat is very high," he says.

France's defence council will meet on Saturday, Hollande adds.

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