Earlier this morning at 8 a.m. at the Brussels Airport in Belgium, three bombs went off that claimed the lives of 31 people and injured 166 more individuals. The first two took off at Brussels Airport and the other at a Metro Station which was nearby the EU Headquarters.
ISIS has claimed responsibility for the terrorist attacks that took place this morning. The attack was carried out three days after the arrest of Salah Abdeslam, whom was the most wanted suspect in connection to the Paris terrorist attack.
Update - Belgian police have identified two suicide bombers who died in #Brussels airport blasts and a third is being "actively" sought
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BREAKING: Belgian police find Islamic State flag and a bomb at house search in Brussels district: broadcaster https://t.co/k81s739Yqv
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The Belgium Capitol is on lockdown after Prime Minister Charles Michel left a sorrowful heartfelt speech about the senseless and irresponsible attack that his country had to endure this morning. Two of the suspects have been identified from the explosions, and the third is still afoot and being sought off by officials.
Our thoughts and prayers are lifted up to the victims of this morning's brutal terrorist attacks. Our deepest condolences go out to the family, friends and loved ones victimized from this horrendous tragedy.
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