March 23, 2016
Death toll in Islamic State bombings in Brussels, Belgium on Tuesday morning has already reached 31 and around 260 were injured.
Latest reports said 11 were killed in Zaventem airport attack and 20 at Maelbeek metro station blast.
Two of the suspected attackers – captured on a CCTV camera – dressed in black were named as brothers Khalid and Ibrahim El-Bakraoui, who likely committed suicide attacks.
Officials said the two also wore black gloves on their left hands thought to have concealed detonators.
Belgian police already launched a series of raids in a manhunt for a third man, who is thought to have escaped following the attacks.
He was identified as Najim Laachraoui.
Belgium is observing three days of national mourning.
The Islamic State that earlier admitted to be behind the bombings has warned that more attacks will follow.