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Belgium became the latest country on Monday to call for the creation of a European intelligence agency that would collect information on individuals with connections to terrorism groups, including the Islamic State and al Qaeda.

Prime Minister Charles Michel called for continental leaders to develop a spy agency that would "unmask those with hostile intentions" in order to prevent another Paris-style attack.

Michel said countries currently share intel with one another on an individual basis, but would benefit if there was one source that nations could contribute information to and learn from.

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