Belgian Prime Minister Returns From Holiday, Says Machete Attack ‘May Be Terrorism’

Machete Attack
Two police women were injured outside a police station during an “Allahu Akhbar” attack in Charleroi, Belgium yesterday, prompting the nation’s Prime Minister to cut short his holiday and return to leading the nation. The Associated Press states in their report this morning:  Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel says “preliminary indications” suggest the attack against two female officers in the city Charleroi was an act of terrorism, but that authorities are still collecting information. The prime minister has cut short his vacation in the south of France and will return to Belgium for a meeting Sunday of the National Security Council. The machete attack Saturday took place at a wooden hut that had been erected outside the Charleroi police station to provide an additional layer of security. Paul Magnette, mayor of the city in southern Belgium, says the checkpoint succeeded in preventing the attacker from reaching the building and causing more havoc. The mayor said that in the wake of the attack, Belgian authorities are discussing whether security for police facilities and officers should be beefed up further. Belgium has been on a high state of alert since the attacks in Paris on Nov. 13 that killed 130 victims. Many of the