- Brussels airport have confirmed there were two explosions in the departure hall at the airport.
- Flights have been cancelled at the airport, which has been evacuated.
- Reports of gunfire heard at the airport before the blast, Belga news agency reported.
- Belgian prosecutors have said the explosions at Brussels airport were a suicide attack.
- News broke of the explosions just after 7am UK time (8am local)
- A third explosion took place at Maelbeek metro station in Brussels, close to the EU institutions.
- Both attacks - at the airport and metro station - are being treated as terror attacks.
- Metro operator STIB said all metro stations in Brussels are being closed
- All public transport has been closed in Brussels.
- Eurostar has suspended it services to and from Brussels.
- Reports suggest at least 34 people were killed in the twin attacks.
- Belgium is sending an extra 225 troops to Brussels following the explosions.
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.