The proposal, which is expected to become law later this year, does not apply to asylum seekers
Staff at Zaventem Airport have said that re-opening 'is not possible in the devastated infrastructure'
'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
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
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
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
Police appeal to the public for sightings of the 24-year-old
Disagreements between French and Belgian authorities could slow extradition
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
1. Which Best Picture Oscar winner was subtitled 'or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)'?
The scientist could be seen coming and going from his home during 10 hours of surveillance footage