Paris' Gare du Nord train station re-opens after earlier evacuation
Paris' Gare du Nord rail station re-opened on Wednesday after having been temporarily evacuated while police probed a suspicious item of baggage, a Reuters witness said.
Reuters journalist Kevin Coombs, whose Eurostar train to London was delayed by the security alert, said the station re-opened after the earlier evacuation, which had left hundreds of people waiting outside. The Gare du Nord is a busy rail hub serving northern France as well as international services to London and Brussels.
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