Paris Gare du Nord station reopens after alert

The Gare du Nord, one of the major Paris railway hubs serving suburban, national and international destinations, reopened Tuesday after it was evacuated on Monday evening when police launched a search for three suspected terrorists who were reported to be travelling to the station in a train from northern France. 

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Paris' Gare du Nord - one of the French capital's main railway stations - reopened on Tuesday after police evacuated it late on Monday to search a high-speed train for suspected militants, reports Reuters.