Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionLeaders of the 28 member states have plenty to discuss during the two-day summit, Elaine Jung explainsEU leaders are heading to a Brussels summit amid heightened security after a foiled terror attack at the Belgian capital's main railway station.A Moroccan man, found to have Islamist links, was shot dead by a soldier on Tuesday after detonating a bomb. Security will be high on the summit agenda, not least because London and Paris were shaken by more jihadist terror attacks recently.But the leaders will also be focused on Brexit.UK Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to offer a quick agreement on residency for EU nationals and employment rights.She will brief the other 27 nations on Thursday night. But the EU will leave detailed discussions to the Brexit delegations which finally began talks on Monday. Image copyright Reuters Image caption The UK election on...
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