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Terror strikes Brussels days after dramatic arrest of Salah Abdeslam

Two blasts targeted the main hall of Zaventem Airport while a third hit Maalbeek metro station near EU buildings

Witnesses said that victims lay in pools of blood at the airport, their limbs blown off. There were chaotic scenes as passengers fled in panic, with a thick plume of smoke rising from the main terminal building.


A SERIES of explosions ripped through Brussels airport and a city metro station on Tuesday, killing at least 34 people in the latest attacks to target Europe.

Security was tightened across the continent and transport links paralysed after the bombings that Belgian Prime

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