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BRUSSELS, BRUXELLES-CAPITALE, REGION DE - MARCH 27: Soldiers patrol the area after a peaceful gathering was disrupted by right-wing demonstrators on March 27, 2016 in Brussels, Belgium. The demonstration in the Place de la Bourse is believed to be in reaction to last week's terrorist attacks in Brussels and was later dispersed by riot police using water cannons. (Photo by Sylvain Lefevre/Getty Images)

At Least 8 Suspects Are At Large With Links To Attacks:

European security agencies are searching for at least eight suspects they believe are linked to the ISIS attacks in Paris and Brussels.

Their names are listed in an 11-page security bulletin that was circulated among European law enforcement agencies on March 23, the day after the Brussels attacks.
All but one of the suspects are said to have connections to Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the leader of the Paris attacks, or Salah Abdeslam, the only survivor among the Paris attackers, who was arrested earlier this month in Brussels.
L to R: Investigator Salvador, the 10-year-old hero, Trooper Walls (Source: ALEA)

10-Year-Old Passenger Saves Day After Driver Suffers Diabetic Episode:

A 10-year-old child saved the day on Thursday after he brought the car, in which he was a passenger in, to a stop after the driver had an apparent diabetic episode, according to a post on the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s Facebook page.

The post states that around noon on Thursday, an investigator with the Attorney General’s Office observed a vehicle weaving excessively on Interstate-65 near exit 181, which is the Highway 14 exit in Prattville.

The post goes on to state that the investigator attempted to stop the vehicle, which failed to yield.

An Alabama State Trooper joined in, and the vehicle finally came to a stop on Highway 14 near Browns Road.

An agent stands near a crossing into Mexico at the San Ysidro port of entry in San Diego, California.

Smuggler Caught By Border Patrol 24 Times Is Sentenced To Prison:

Not the first, second or third, but the 24th time proved the charm for U.S. authorities.

Efrain Delgado-Rosales was sentenced last week to five years in prison for smuggling four non-U.S. citizens into the United States.
He was caught by Border Patrol in October, marking the 24th time Delgado-Rosales had been apprehended by the agency since July 1999, according to officials.
The other times he was nabbed, he was not charged.
He was processed and deported to Mexico, said Assistant U.S. Attorney Alexandra Foster, where Delgado-Rosales is a citizen.

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source: CNN.com

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