The cancellations appear to be more response to last week's terrorist attacks in the European capital.
Radical Islamists have been using propaganda to try and recruit disenfranchised young people
Rescuers and airport personnel were also in attendance
'I feel in you, stay strong'
Belgian police have carried out 13 new raids across Brussels as part of a major crackdown in the wake of the terror attacks last week, prosecutors said.
Organisers were forced to cancel the event after the government said it didn't have the manpower to safely police the gathering
Prosecutors have not confirmed reports he is the missing 'man in the hat' seen before airport bombings
Prosecutors said he was detained on suspicion of terror offences but did not confirm report he was the 'man in the hat'
The man was reportedly shot in the leg before being arrested by a tram stop
A British man missing since the Brussels attacks have been confirmed dead, his devastated family have announced.
The Gent Hawks star says he was willing himself to survive so 'his girls don't have to grow up without a dad'
Matthew Doyle is accused of publishing or distributing written material which is threatening, abusive or insulting, likely or intended to stir up racial hatred
Brussels has always had streak of wry, dark humour, and it resurfaced fiercely after three bombs killed at least 31 people
BA will be operating to Liege rather than the Belgian capital, with Zaventem opening March 28 at the earliest
At least 31 people were killed and more than 200 injured after the two attacks on Tuesday morning
Some experts believe that this week’s events should be seen as a strategic failure for the terrorist group