The Express reports:
According to reports, Yves Chandelon, the 62-year-old auditor general of NATO was found miles away from both his home and office.
His body was found in the Belgian town of Andenne, 62 miles away from his home in Lens on December 16.
According to local newspaper reports Mr Chandelon was the registered keeper of three weapons however the gun found at the scene did not belong to him, it has been claimed...
Local news reports say Mr Chandelon's family are concerned about the circumstances of the case.
They say initial suggestions that it was a possible suicide are incorrect...
The newspaper claims local prosecutor Vincent Macq is probing the death but that a post mortem is yet to be carried out.
Part of that investigation is the fact that Mr Chandelon was responsible for probing terror financing as part of his high ranking job.
Mr Chandelon was employed by the NATO support and procurement agency (NSPA) in Capellen in south-western Luxembourg, 7 miles west of Luxembourg City...
As Auditor General, Mr Chandelon was responsible for internal accounting at NSPA as well as external investigations into money laundering activities and terrorist financing.
(ht Felix Bronstein)