Jan Jambon and Koen Geens have offered to step down over claims they were warned about one of the attackers
'Their mother is worried sick since she can't get hold of them'
After 7/7, the continent was prepared for terrorism to become the norm – recently, that fear has begun to materialise
In the wake of the explosions, people took to social media to share cartoons in solidarity and the term #JeSuisBruxelles trended for much of the day on Twitter
The mayor of Paris has said 'we are united'
The train company advises people not to visit the station
At least 30 people have reportedly been killed with dozens more injured
Belgium’s interior minister has raised the country’s terror threat to its highest level following the explosions at Brussels airport
Armed police reportedly burst into his Molenbeek hideout to find him eating the takeaway with a family and friends
Report claims missing suspects are likely to be brothers Khalid and Ibrahim El Bakraoui, who have already had run-ins with police over car-jackings and shootings
Some countries allow drivers to exchange their licences with no extra tests, but others require drivers to take another test to get their new licence
Belgium’s reception network has 32,046 asylum seekers, up from 13,844 in July 2015
Albert French was a young Wolverton lad who travelled to Ploegsteert to fight in May 1916. A month later - as back home his sister May was writing him teasing letters - he was killed by a bullet
Harry's last few years were spent fighting the UK government over an injustice that hits more than half a million British pensioners. Their crime? They retired abroad - but to the wrong country
Pictures of Belgian beer and fries have been flooding Twitter in defence of the European capital
'We had women complain because they felt stared at and selfies had been taken with them'