A man from Lymm in Cheshire, who witnessed the terror attacks in Brussels, has spoken of his relief now he is home.
31 people died and more than 250 were injured after a series of explosions at an airport and a metro station on Monday.
Anthony Barrett saw the events unfold from his hotel room and tweeted regular updates about the emergency response.
All flights from Manchester to Brussels have been cancelled for a third day.
We can bring you some newly discovered pictures of the legendary Pelé in a Cheshire village.
The Brazil side for the 1966 World Cup, famously won by England of couse, stayed in Lymm, while playing their games at Goodison Park.
50 years on, as the villagers remember their famous guests, photos of the team have been discovered in a hotel drawer. Tim Scott's been to see them:
Pictures of Brazil's football team staying in Warrington during the 1966 World Cup, have gone on display for the first time.
Legendary player Pelé and his team-mates called the Lymm Hotel home during the tournament.
It's now hosting an exhibition of the never before seen photos.