Political leaders, victims and families all gathered in the Belgian capital for moments of silence, wreath laying and testimonies.Read the full story ›
Two Birmingham men have been found guilty of funding Brussels airport bombing suspect Mohamed Abrini - known as "the man in the hat".Read the full story ›
Mourad Laachraoui, the younger brother of airport bomber Najim Laachraoui, took gold in the European Taekwondo Championships.Read the full story ›
The moment, captured by a neighbour, happened on Thursday afternoon in the Brussels suburb of Schaerbeek.Read the full story ›
Brussels' Zaventem Airport departure hall has reopened to the public, 40 days after twin suicide attacks killed 16 people.Read the full story ›
The two men are accused of meeting with Mohamed Abrini and giving him money.Read the full story ›
Terrorist Najim Laachraoui was identified as an Islamic State jailer in Syria by several of French citizens he held hostage, sources said.Read the full story ›
Belgium's transport minister, Jacqueline Galant, resigned on Friday over alleged lapses of security at Brussels airport.Read the full story ›
Pictures of the Paris terror suspect have emerged from inside a prison in Belgium, where Abdeslam appears to have grown a dark beard.Read the full story ›
Belgian prosecutors charged two men with terrorism offences on Tuesday.
Officials said the men had links with the rental of a potential safe house used in carrying out the Brussels bombings on March 22 - which killed 32 people.
On Saturday, Mohamed Abrini - the so-called "man in the hat" - was also charged with terror offences in relation to the last month's attacks.