Brussels explosions: Isis claims airport and metro attacks

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Brussels airport CEO Arnaud Feist has confirmed to ABC News that a third bomb was found at the airport and was subsequently detonated in a controlled explosion.

A journalist with radio station VRT is reporting that the police are currently searching for two suspects. A photograph of one, seen dressed in white prior to the attack at Brussels airport, has been released by federal prosecutors.

Radio journalist Philip Heymans says a second man, who fled the scene at Maelbeek, is also wanted by police.

The Foreign Office has changed its travel advice to warn UK citizens against all but essential travel to Brussels. No 10 said Whitehall officials, police and intelligence agencies were meeting on Tuesday afternoon to discuss further their response to the attacks. Belgium has also accepted the UK’s offer of police help with the investigation into the terror incidents.

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