Europe remains on high alert after yesterday’s terror attacks.
ISIS claimed responsibility for the co-ordinated terrorist attacks on Brussels which saw suicide bombers strike at Brussels’ Zaventem airport, with passengers seen fleeing for their lives shortly after.
An hour later an explosion was heard at the Belgian capital’s Maelbeek metro station in a separate terror attack.
34 people are reported to have died, and at least 198 are injured.
This morning reports have named the airport suicide bombers as Khalid and Ibrahim El-Bakraoui. It is said that they are brothers and were known to the police.
The third man, seen next to the brothers in CCTV footage, has been named as Paris bomb maker Najim Laachraoui.
The attacks came four days after Salah Abdeslam was arrested in the Belgian capital in relation to November’s terror attacks on Paris.
Brussels Airport remains closed today and will remain closed for the foreseeable future it has been said.
Many who were among the injured have lost limbs, including children.
The Brussels metro has partially reopened with tight security measures implemented. Passengers report that the feeling on the Metro is tense and few passengers were seen riding the Metro this morning.