Belgian officials have called for three days of national mourning in the wake of today's deadly terror attacks in Brussels.
Belgium is on the highest level of terror alert after at least 34 people were killed and almost 200 injured in bomb attacks at Brussels Airport in Zaventem and Maelbeek Metro Station this morning.
The airport remains closed until at least tomorrow and all Eurostar trains to and from Brussels have been suspended for most of today, with services from London terminating in the French city of Lille.
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.