The man shouted "Allahu Akbar" (God is great) as he stabbed the soldiers, one of whom shot him twice.
Earlier, it was reported that an armed man had attacked last night with a knife troops in the center of Brussels.
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ISIS claimed responsibility for a knife attack on soldiers in Brussels, Belgium, according to a message circulating on Islamic State-linked social media accounts Saturday. The soldiers were not seriously hurt in the attack; one had a facial wound and another suffered hand injuries.
Less than two weeks after 15 people were killed in a pair of terrorist attacks in Spain, two separate but seemingly unrelated incidents of suspected terrorism took place minutes apart in European capitals on Friday night. Born in 1987, the man of Somali origin arrived in Belgium in 2004 and was granted Belgian citizenship in 2015. "Our security services to be observant". She declined to identify the man or confirm whether he was known to police, saying only that "the suspect is dead" and one of the soldiers was slightly wounded. "We are following the situation closely with the Belgian crisis centre", he said. It is the task of the soldiers and police to protect citizens and institutions. The assailant, a former army officer, 43, has been charged with "attempted murder in a context of terrorist" and "participation in the activities of a terrorist group".
Soldiers have patrolled the streets of Brussels alongside the city's police force following terror attacks in 2015 and 2016.
"All our support for our military".