Seventeen people have been arrested in Belgium for allegedly planning attacks aimed at "destabilising" the country's institutions, Belgian prosecutors say.
The raids follow a two-year investigation
Police raided army barracks and soldiers' homes across the country.
The raids were part of a two-year investigation into extreme-right activists believed to be operating inside the military.
Police seized weapons and a home-made bomb during raids in East Flanders, Limburg and Antwerp.
Searches were carried out simultaneously in five barracks and at 18 private addresses in a wide-ranging operation, Belgian radio reported.
Those arrested were mainly "soldiers and people with an extreme-right ideology who clearly express themselves through racism, xenophobia, Holocaust denial, anti-Semitism and neo-Nazism", the federal prosecutor's office said in a statement.
The main suspect is a serving military man "who intended to put terrorist ideas into practice," it added.
Belgium has seen an increase in apparently race-related crimes and the country's far-right, anti-immigrant Vlaams Belang party (or Flemish Interest) has enjoyed increasing electoral support.