Security officials say that they had run into dead ends, but there has also been some breakthroughs
Exclusive: Belgian raids fail to locate cache hidden after Brussels atrocity
No country has ever pulled out of the EU before, and the UK's departure would be a devastating blow to an already stumbling European project
It came after a man was detained in relation to the Brussels attacks and suspects attended a reconstruction
Andreas Scheuer argues 'political Islam' undermines efforts to integrate people in Germany
'If the Abrini statements are correct, it just confirms the fact that Belgium is an operational base that needs to be watched even more intensely'
The passenger of the car is shown casually filming from his phone moments before
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'
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
Some members of the group were seen making Nazi salutes
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