A man who was arrested after police stopping him from driving a car into a crowd in Belgium has been charged with attempted terrorism.
There were no injuries in the incident, which saw a car driven towards shoppers in a pedestrian zone in Antwerp.
The authorities, after stopping the car, found knives, a non-lethal gun and a substance which required the attention of a bomb disposal squad.
The incident came the day after a high-profile terror attack in London, where three people were killed and up to forty people injured after a Muslim convert called Khalid Masood mowed pedestrians down with a car.
He was shot dead after fatally stabbing a police officer in Westminster.
The man, a 39-year-old French national of North African origin known only as "Mohamed R", also faces charges relating to possession of weapons.