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Police have increased patrols at transport hubs across the Anglia region following the terrorist attacks in Brussels.
A number of people are feared dead and many injured following explosions at the airport and a metro station in the Belgium capital.
Assistant Chief Constable Jeff Hill who leads the Eastern Counter Terrorism Intelligence Unit said: “Our thoughts are with the people of Brussels following this morning’s terrible attacks.
- Police say people should report suspicious activity to the confidential anti-terrorist hotline on 0800 789 321
Norwich City Football Club says its on-loan stiker Dieumerci Mbokani was at Zaventem Airport in Brussels at the time of the terror attacks.
The Dinamo Kiev player was unharmed but shaken by the tragic events at the airport.
Norwich City says it is in constant dialogue with Dieumerci, who has now returned home to be with his family.
Richard Howitt, the Labour MEP for the East of England, was in one of the metro stations in Brussels hit by an explosion.
Mr Howitt was in the Maelbaek station 30 minutes before the suspected bomb exploded.
He says the European Parliament, which is nearby, is in lockdown.
Police at London Luton Airport are on a high state of alert following the explosions in Belgium.
Airport managers say the threat level was high before today's incidents and that officers are providing high visibility policing around the airport.
Stansted are also increasing security as a precautionary measure.
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Norwich City striker Dieumerci Mbokani says he's lucky to be still be alive following Tuesday's terror attacks in Brussels.
Sniffer dogs and extra police will be on patrol at at Stansted Airport this weekend as officers attempt to reassure passengers.