Van der Sypt said the man did not have an explosive belt. Belgium tightened security even more on Wednesday to counter fears that lone attackers could strike anywhere and at any time, a day after a failed bombing by a man shouting " Allahu akbar " at a Brussels train station put the nation on edge.
Zeid, a prince from neighboring Jordan, also cited "worrying reports" about looting, abductions, arbitrary detention, and "the recruitment of children" by the USA -backed Syrian Democratic Forces in areas they control - like the town of Tabqa.
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The suspect's 72-year-old mother, Christine Osborne, said that she can not defend her son's actions, but she insisted that he was not a terrorist and had not previously shown any hatred toward Muslims. Police have characterized the incident as a terrorist attack directed at Muslims. They said he avoided political and social discussion, took comfort in spending time with his family, and was "always ready to make a amusing joke when you least expected".
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Manafort also attended meetings with Paula Dobriansky, a former State Department official during the Bush administration, a senior fellow at Harvard's Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, and Nadia Diuk, a vice president at the National Endowment for Democracy.