Police said they found 'traces' of a plot to launch a new attack in Belgium
Belgium will rejoin the international coalition against Isis and begin launching air strikes in Syria for the first time, its government has announced.
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The politican says there is a 'cancer' of extremism running through Belgian society
An EU report published before the Brussels attacks said security measures at Belgium's airports were flawed
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'They marched into the square and started a major confrontation', one eyewitness said
The Brussels’ suburb has come to be regarded as the germination centre for Islamist terrorism in Europe
Djamal Eddine Ouali was detained under a European arrest warrent in connection with a probe into fake ID documents used by Paris and Brussels attackers
Jan Jambon and Koen Geens have offered to step down over claims they were warned about one of the attackers
Brussels' Place de la Bourse became an improvised memorial of flags, tea lights, balloons and flowers
At least 31 people were killed and nearly 200 injured in three terror attacks on Brussels Airport and the Maalbeek Metro station
Airport management says it will be opening for a restricted flight programme from 24 March onwards
The mayor of Paris has said 'we are united'