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Jacqueline Galant quit amid claims she neglected EU reports that highlight safety failings at the site, which was the target of ISIL-inspired suicide bombers on March 22.
Judges have ordered that the seven men continue to be detained while investigators gather evidence
Security is extra tight in Brussels on Thursday with several suspects appearing in front of a judge, as investigations progress into the deadly
Stranded passengers have voiced anger over protest action by air traffic controllers
Police in Brussels have arrested three more suspects linked to November’s Paris attacks. They were picked up following a house search in the
Police investigating the Paris terror attacks in November are questioning three people…in Brussels. It follows a house search there, in the southern
A further two men have been charged with ‘terrorist murder’ in connection with the deadly Brussels attacks. They are suspected of links with the
The past weekend marked a big breakthrough in the investigation into the Paris and Brussels attacks. Mohamed Abrini was an alleged accomplice in
Prosecutors in Belgium say the group went for Brussels after police began to close in on them
Mohammed Abrini says he is the third person seen on airport CCTV footage with two suicide bombers
Belgium’s federal prosecutor wants help in finding the ‘man in the hat’ suspect from the attack on Brussels airport. Officials say he is still on the
The Belgian Federal Prosecutor’s Office has launched an appeal for information on a third person suspected of involvement in the Brussels Airport
Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel has rejected accusations that Belgium is Europe’s weakest link in the fight against terror. “I don’t accept
Flights at Brussels Airport gradually increase, two weeks after the terror attacks. Security is tight, with new check-in procedures.
The first flight since the March 22 terror attacks has departed from Brussels Zaventem airport.
Brussels Airport reopened on Sunday (April 3), twelve days after suicide bombers hit its departure hall and killed sixteen people. There are far
Belgian police arrested several right-wing and anti-racist protesters on Brussels on Saturday. Riot officers engaged in a tense confrontation with
Brussels airport was set to partially reopen on Sunday (April 3) twelve days after its departure lounge was hit by suicide bombers. There will be
An agreement was made on security measures with airport police to reopen the airport. Only a partial service will run from Zaventem which was severely damaged by the bombings on March 22.
The attacks in Brussels continue to make headlines and lead radio and television bulletins across Europe. RAI 3 in Italy looks at the backgrounds of