Thursday February 27, 2020

BRUSSELS: Police identify prime suspects as hunt continues

City still on security lockdown after 31 killed and 270 injured

23rd March, 2016
The Trevi Fountain in Rome displays the colours of the Belgian flag in solidarity with Brussels

Belgian authorities hunted for the ringleader of Tuesday’s attacks and said only the failure of a third bomb at the Brussels airport prevented an even larger bloodbath.

Prosecutors identified two of three suicide bombers and searched for a fourth man in a cream-coloured coat caught on security cameras who escaped from the airport after placing the bomb, the largest of three at the airport. The provisional casualty toll from the airport attacks and...

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