For the second day, Belgian police and special forces have been carrying out anti-terror raids throughout Brussels linked to the Paris attacks in November. One suspect was shot dead and found with a Kalashnikov, while two suspects have been taken into custody. Four officers, one of whom is a French policewoman, were injured in an exchange of fire. Brussels will remain on high-alert, as police believe that some suspects may have been able to escape on the roofs of flats. The raids are part of an effort by Belgium to find and prosecute anyone in connection with ISIS and the Paris attacks. In addition to the arrests made last night and this morning, eleven people have been arrested and charged with association to the attacks, while eight others remain in detention centers awaiting trials.