Muslim Terrorists Attack Brussels Airport Killing At Least 34 People In Horrific Explosions And Gunfire

As the city went into lockdown, Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel condemned the attacks as "cowardly" on what he described as "a black day" for the nation. "What we feared has happened, we were hit by blind attacks," he said. "This is a dark moment for our nation. We need calm and solidarity."

At least 34 people have been killed after a Muslim terrorist suicide attack ripped through Zaventem Airport in Brussels and another blast hit a city metro station.

Shots were fired and Arabic words were shouted before the two airport bomb blasts, according to Belgian news agency Belga. Maalbeek metro station was targeted in a separate attack during the morning rush hour.

An image showed an empty pushchair surrounded by debris from an explosion at the airport, while children could be heard screaming after the underground blast. Belgium’s federal prosecutor said all three explosions were “terrorist attacks”.

“There were two explosions in the departure area, one probably caused by a Muslim suicide bomber,” said Frederic Van Leeuw of the attack on the airport. Two people were arrested by armed police at the city’s Noord railway station hours later – as officials said they feared “people are still at large”.

At least 14 people died and 35 were wounded in the twin blasts, and some 20 people were killed and 55 injured – 10 critically – in the metro explosion, according to reports.

‘It was like the apocalypse.. you could see peoples’ bodies but no legs’: Terrified witnesses describe seeing bodies thrown into the air as explosions ripped through Brussels Airport


Frightened passengers describe seeing ‘dismembered bodies everywhere’

As the city went into lockdown, Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel condemned the attacks as “cowardly” on what he described as “a black day” for the nation. “What we feared has happened, we were hit by blind attacks,” he said. “This is a dark moment for our nation. We need calm and solidarity.”

Zach Mouzoun, who arrived at the airport on a flight from Geneva about 10 minutes before the first blast, told France’s BFMTV: “It was atrocious. The ceilings collapsed. There was blood everywhere, injured people, bags everywhere. We were walking in the debris. It was a war scene.”

Video and images on social media showed smoke rising from an airport building and shattered windows.

Confused and shocked passengers fled the terminal to safety as they were evacuated by armed police.

Footage also showed ceiling tiles littered across the floor and strewn black luggage belts, cases and bags at a check-in desk. According to reports, the first blast took place near a counter where customers pay for overweight baggage – and the second near a Starbucks at the airport.

Anthony Deloos, who works for the baggage handling firm Swissport, said he “jumped into a luggage chute to be safe”. The attacks follow the dramatic arrest of Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam in the Belgian capital on Friday – four months after November’s terror in the French capital that left 130 people dead.

Authorities have said it is unclear if he is linked to Tuesday’s suspected coordinated attacks.

Sky’s Alex Rossi had just checked-in at the airport when he heard “two very, very loud explosions”.

“I could feel the building move. There was also dust and smoke as well,” he said. source


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