May 25 - Police in Belgium are hunting for a gunman who killed an Israeli couple and a French woman at the Jewish Museum in Brussels. Gavino Garay reports.
Flowers outside the Jewish museum in Belgium a day after three people were shot dead. The head of one Jewish organization says more must be done. (SOUNDBITE) (French) PRESIDENT OF THE COORDINATING COMMITTEE OF BELGIAN JEWISH ORGANIZATIONS, MAURICE SOSNOWSKI, SAYING: "If the 'wake-up call' we got yesterday is not enough to raise awareness among politicians and show the extreme and absolute urgency to fight anti-semitism, I believe in that case I think that cause will be definitely lost." Belgian police released surveillance video Sunday as they hunted for an assailant who shot and killed two women and one man. The spokesperson of the Brussels prosecutor's office said a French woman and an Israeli couple were killed. Now they are seeking help to find the shooter. (SOUNDBITE) (French) INE VAN WYMERSCH, SPOKESPERSON OF BRUSSELS PROSECUTOR'S OFFICE, SAYING: "From those camera images we have learned that the attacker was most likely alone, that he was well-prepared and that he was armed. We are still actively hunting for the perpetrator and that is why we appeal to the public to collaborate to arrest this individual." Security around all Jewish institutions in the country has been raised to the highest level.