Armed police and soldiers patrol the streets as cinemas, museums, swimming pools and underground car parks stay closed
The Belgian army has been deployed across the city since Friday night and the streets have been deserted - almost
Terror threat for Belgian capital has been raised to the highest level with the risk of attack 'serious and imminent'
“There is almost always a link with Molenbeek. That’s a gigantic problem of course”
The young tank commander seen running in flames along the road was left recognisable to his comrades only by the pips on his shoulder and the white and purple ribbon of the Military Cross on his chest. Robert Boscawen survived the devastating burns from the attack by a hidden battery of four 105 mm flak guns of the German 7 Para on Easter Day, 1 April 1945, that ignited the petrol in his Sherman Firefly as it rushed a bridge on the Twente Canal at Enschede on the Dutch-German border. The debt he felt the world owed to all those who, like two of his crewmen, had lost their lives, was to inform his future political career.
Prime Minster will press ahead with more stringent rules for foreign visitors
Peter Higgs said that Tom Kibble, his erstwhile competitor at Imperial College in London, should have been awarded a share of his prize
The move by Geert Wilders of the Dutch Freedom Party and Marine Le Pen of France’s National Front, came ahead of next year's elections which EU officials fear will bring a surge in support for nationalist and xenophobic parties
The new Belgian monarch is a former fighter pilot – and he will have a scrap on his hands trying to maintain the unity of this hybrid country
Delphine Boël, 45, wants a Brussels court to order Albert II and two of his three children to undergo blood tests to prove they are related
He will attempt to persuade other foreign ministers of the need to lift restrictions on the supply of weapons
For a player who loves nothing better than to topple the biggest names at the biggest tournaments, Laura Robson was yesterday handed the perfect draw for the French Open, which begins in Paris tomorrow.
Five people, three of them children, died this morning in a plane crash in Belgium.
Clubs passed rules on spending yesterday
Diplomats said they knew of no circumstances - private or professional - that would have prompted him to take his own life