A solidarity march through the streets of Brussels in honour of those killed in the city's terror attacks this week has been cancelled amid continued heightened security concerns.
Organisers cancelled the event following a public plea from Belgium's Interior minister Jan Jambon asking for the demonstration to be postponed while ongoing police investigations continued.
Jambon said: "We are still all over the country in threat level three and there are enquiries, important enquiries, going on.
"For these enquiries we need a lot of police capacity all over the country and it's our main priority to let the police in the best circumstances possible do these enquiries - that's the reason why we invite the citizens tomorrow not to demonstrate."
New images show the scale of devastation at Brussels airport in the wake of last week's terror attacks which killed at least 35.
A report unearthed by ITV News shows the country was warned nine years ago that it was not equipped to deal with the growing issue.
Some communities have been made to feel ostracised within a society that was already divided.