Brussels Bombing Attacks: Death Toll Reaches 30, String Of Attacks Linked To Paris Bombing?

Brussels bombing attacks, where exactly? Brussels woke to a nightmare which authorities had feared since the Paris attacks in November 2015. The attack on Brussels, the capital city of Belgium, killed 31 people and wounded more than 150 when ‘coordinated’ blasts were set off in two public transport areas: airport and train station. Around 8 a.m. on Tuesday, March 22, a loud explosion shook the departure hall of Zaventem Airport, Belgium’s international airport. The blast claimed 11 lives and injured 81 people, according to health officials. An hour later, another bomb went off in Maelbeek Metro Station. It killed 20 people and injured 100. The central train station services the heads of states from the 28 countries of the European Union (EU) when they travel to the EU headquarters in Brussels, at least once a week. Belgian authorities are on high alert. Tightened security is implemented throughout the country. Airport is closed. Metro system cancelled all high-speed services such as Eurostar and Thalys. Alphacoders Infographic: Paris Attacks- What You Need To KnowLike us on Facebook From Paris to Brusells — bombing attacks linked? After the Paris bombing in November 2015, 10 jihadist (suicide bombers) were identified. Five of these gunmen were geographically linked from a small neighborhood in Brussels known as Molenbeek. This area is six stops away from the Maelbeek train station. This put Belgian officials on high alert. For several months since the Paris bombing, armed officials were seen around the streets of Brussels. According to Time, it was “an attempt” to dispel any plots of terrorism that might have started in the city capital. Another interesting event prior to the attack happened on March 18, just four days before the Brussels attacks. Salah Abdeslam, the 26-year-old Paris attacker was arrested. Authorities are holding all information and piecing together intelligence reports to identify links and leads. It will be hard to make a single call at the moment. During his interview with Time, Claude Moniquet, a retired agent for France’s external intelligence, said that ‘multitarget attacks’ will be coming and it would bring ‘terrible consequences’. Meanwhile, Europe is taking security more seriously after the Paris and Brussels attacks, despite current economic recessions. Photo: Airport Data/Alphacoders

Brussels Bombing Attacks: Death Toll Reaches 30, String Of Attacks Linked To Paris Bombing?

Brussels bombing attacks, where exactly? Brussels woke to a nightmare which authorities had feared since the Paris attacks in November 2015. The attack on Brussels, the capital city of Belgium, killed 31 people and wounded more than 150 when ‘coordinated’ blasts were set off in two public transport areas: airport and train station. Around 8 a.m. on Tuesday, March 22, a loud explosion shook the departure hall of Zaventem Airport, Belgium’s international airport. The blast claimed 11 lives and injured 81 people, according to health officials. An hour later, another bomb went off in Maelbeek Metro Station. It killed 20 people and injured 100. The central train station services the heads of states from the 28 countries of the European Union (EU) when they travel to the EU headquarters in Brussels, at least once a week. Belgian authorities are on high alert. Tightened security is implemented throughout the country. Airport is closed. Metro system cancelled all high-speed services such as Eurostar and Thalys. Alphacoders Infographic: Paris Attacks- What You Need To KnowLike us on Facebook From Paris to Brusells — bombing attacks linked? After the Paris bombing in November 2015, 10 jihadist (suicide bombers) were identified. Five of these gunmen were geographically linked from a small neighborhood in Brussels known as Molenbeek. This area is six stops away from the Maelbeek train station. This put Belgian officials on high alert. For several months since the Paris bombing, armed officials were seen around the streets of Brussels. According to Time, it was “an attempt” to dispel any plots of terrorism that might have started in the city capital. Another interesting event prior to the attack happened on March 18, just four days before the Brussels attacks. Salah Abdeslam, the 26-year-old Paris attacker was arrested. Authorities are holding all information and piecing together intelligence reports to identify links and leads. It will be hard to make a single call at the moment. During his interview with Time, Claude Moniquet, a retired agent for France’s external intelligence, said that ‘multitarget attacks’ will be coming and it would bring ‘terrible consequences’. Meanwhile, Europe is taking security more seriously after the Paris and Brussels attacks, despite current economic recessions. Photo: Airport Data/Alphacoders

Brussels Bombing Attacks: Death Toll Reaches 30, String Of Attacks Linked To Paris Bombing?

Brussels bombing attacks, where exactly? Brussels woke to a nightmare which authorities had feared since the Paris attacks in November 2015. The attack on Brussels, the capital city of Belgium, killed 31 people and wounded more than 150 when ‘coordinated’ blasts were set off in two public transport areas: airport and train station. Around 8 a.m. on Tuesday, March 22, a loud explosion shook the departure hall of Zaventem Airport, Belgium’s international airport. The blast claimed 11 lives and injured 81 people, according to health officials. An hour later, another bomb went off in Maelbeek Metro Station. It killed 20 people and injured 100. The central train station services the heads of states from the 28 countries of the European Union (EU) when they travel to the EU headquarters in Brussels, at least once a week. Belgian authorities are on high alert. Tightened security is implemented throughout the country. Airport is closed. Metro system cancelled all high-speed services such as Eurostar and Thalys. Alphacoders Infographic: Paris Attacks- What You Need To KnowLike us on Facebook From Paris to Brusells — bombing attacks linked? After the Paris bombing in November 2015, 10 jihadist (suicide bombers) were identified. Five of these gunmen were geographically linked from a small neighborhood in Brussels known as Molenbeek. This area is six stops away from the Maelbeek train station. This put Belgian officials on high alert. For several months since the Paris bombing, armed officials were seen around the streets of Brussels. According to Time, it was “an attempt” to dispel any plots of terrorism that might have started in the city capital. Another interesting event prior to the attack happened on March 18, just four days before the Brussels attacks. Salah Abdeslam, the 26-year-old Paris attacker was arrested. Authorities are holding all information and piecing together intelligence reports to identify links and leads. It will be hard to make a single call at the moment. During his interview with Time, Claude Moniquet, a retired agent for France’s external intelligence, said that ‘multitarget attacks’ will be coming and it would bring ‘terrible consequences’. Meanwhile, Europe is taking security more seriously after the Paris and Brussels attacks, despite current economic recessions. Photo: Airport Data/Alphacoders

Brussels Bombing Attacks: Death Toll Reaches 30, String Of Attacks Linked To Paris Bombing?

Brussels bombing attacks, where exactly? Brussels woke to a nightmare which authorities had feared since the Paris attacks in November 2015. The attack on Brussels, the capital city of Belgium, killed 31 people and wounded more than 150 when ‘coordinated’ blasts were set off in two public transport areas: airport and train station. Around 8 a.m. on Tuesday, March 22, a loud explosion shook the departure hall of Zaventem Airport, Belgium’s international airport. The blast claimed 11 lives and injured 81 people, according to health officials. An hour later, another bomb went off in Maelbeek Metro Station. It killed 20 people and injured 100. The central train station services the heads of states from the 28 countries of the European Union (EU) when they travel to the EU headquarters in Brussels, at least once a week. Belgian authorities are on high alert. Tightened security is implemented throughout the country. Airport is closed. Metro system cancelled all high-speed services such as Eurostar and Thalys. Alphacoders Infographic: Paris Attacks- What You Need To KnowLike us on Facebook From Paris to Brusells — bombing attacks linked? After the Paris bombing in November 2015, 10 jihadist (suicide bombers) were identified. Five of these gunmen were geographically linked from a small neighborhood in Brussels known as Molenbeek. This area is six stops away from the Maelbeek train station. This put Belgian officials on high alert. For several months since the Paris bombing, armed officials were seen around the streets of Brussels. According to Time, it was “an attempt” to dispel any plots of terrorism that might have started in the city capital. Another interesting event prior to the attack happened on March 18, just four days before the Brussels attacks. Salah Abdeslam, the 26-year-old Paris attacker was arrested. Authorities are holding all information and piecing together intelligence reports to identify links and leads. It will be hard to make a single call at the moment. During his interview with Time, Claude Moniquet, a retired agent for France’s external intelligence, said that ‘multitarget attacks’ will be coming and it would bring ‘terrible consequences’. Meanwhile, Europe is taking security more seriously after the Paris and Brussels attacks, despite current economic recessions. Photo: Airport Data/Alphacoders

Brussels Bombing Attacks: Death Toll Reaches 30, String Of Attacks Linked To Paris Bombing?

Brussels bombing attacks, where exactly? Brussels woke to a nightmare which authorities had feared since the Paris attacks in November 2015. The attack on Brussels, the capital city of Belgium, killed 31 people and wounded more than 150 when ‘coordinated’ blasts were set off in two public transport areas: airport and train station. Around 8 a.m. on Tuesday, March 22, a loud explosion shook the departure hall of Zaventem Airport, Belgium’s international airport. The blast claimed 11 lives and injured 81 people, according to health officials. An hour later, another bomb went off in Maelbeek Metro Station. It killed 20 people and injured 100. The central train station services the heads of states from the 28 countries of the European Union (EU) when they travel to the EU headquarters in Brussels, at least once a week. Belgian authorities are on high alert. Tightened security is implemented throughout the country. Airport is closed. Metro system cancelled all high-speed services such as Eurostar and Thalys. Alphacoders Infographic: Paris Attacks- What You Need To KnowLike us on Facebook From Paris to Brusells — bombing attacks linked? After the Paris bombing in November 2015, 10 jihadist (suicide bombers) were identified. Five of these gunmen were geographically linked from a small neighborhood in Brussels known as Molenbeek. This area is six stops away from the Maelbeek train station. This put Belgian officials on high alert. For several months since the Paris bombing, armed officials were seen around the streets of Brussels. According to Time, it was “an attempt” to dispel any plots of terrorism that might have started in the city capital. Another interesting event prior to the attack happened on March 18, just four days before the Brussels attacks. Salah Abdeslam, the 26-year-old Paris attacker was arrested. Authorities are holding all information and piecing together intelligence reports to identify links and leads. It will be hard to make a single call at the moment. During his interview with Time, Claude Moniquet, a retired agent for France’s external intelligence, said that ‘multitarget attacks’ will be coming and it would bring ‘terrible consequences’. Meanwhile, Europe is taking security more seriously after the Paris and Brussels attacks, despite current economic recessions. Photo: Airport Data/Alphacoders

Brussels Bombing Attacks: Death Toll Reaches 30, String Of Attacks Linked To Paris Bombing?

Brussels bombing attacks, where exactly? Brussels woke to a nightmare which authorities had feared since the Paris attacks in November 2015. The attack on Brussels, the capital city of Belgium, killed 31 people and wounded more than 150 when ‘coordinated’ blasts were set off in two public transport areas: airport and train station. Around 8 a.m. on Tuesday, March 22, a loud explosion shook the departure hall of Zaventem Airport, Belgium’s international airport. The blast claimed 11 lives and injured 81 people, according to health officials. An hour later, another bomb went off in Maelbeek Metro Station. It killed 20 people and injured 100. The central train station services the heads of states from the 28 countries of the European Union (EU) when they travel to the EU headquarters in Brussels, at least once a week. Belgian authorities are on high alert. Tightened security is implemented throughout the country. Airport is closed. Metro system cancelled all high-speed services such as Eurostar and Thalys. Alphacoders Infographic: Paris Attacks- What You Need To KnowLike us on Facebook From Paris to Brusells — bombing attacks linked? After the Paris bombing in November 2015, 10 jihadist (suicide bombers) were identified. Five of these gunmen were geographically linked from a small neighborhood in Brussels known as Molenbeek. This area is six stops away from the Maelbeek train station. This put Belgian officials on high alert. For several months since the Paris bombing, armed officials were seen around the streets of Brussels. According to Time, it was “an attempt” to dispel any plots of terrorism that might have started in the city capital. Another interesting event prior to the attack happened on March 18, just four days before the Brussels attacks. Salah Abdeslam, the 26-year-old Paris attacker was arrested. Authorities are holding all information and piecing together intelligence reports to identify links and leads. It will be hard to make a single call at the moment. During his interview with Time, Claude Moniquet, a retired agent for France’s external intelligence, said that ‘multitarget attacks’ will be coming and it would bring ‘terrible consequences’. Meanwhile, Europe is taking security more seriously after the Paris and Brussels attacks, despite current economic recessions. Photo: Airport Data/Alphacoders

Brussels Bombing Attacks: Death Toll Reaches 30, String Of Attacks Linked To Paris Bombing?

Brussels bombing attacks, where exactly? Brussels woke to a nightmare which authorities had feared since the Paris attacks in November 2015. The attack on Brussels, the capital city of Belgium, killed 31 people and wounded more than 150 when ‘coordinated’ blasts were set off in two public transport areas: airport and train station. Around 8 a.m. on Tuesday, March 22, a loud explosion shook the departure hall of Zaventem Airport, Belgium’s international airport. The blast claimed 11 lives and injured 81 people, according to health officials. An hour later, another bomb went off in Maelbeek Metro Station. It killed 20 people and injured 100. The central train station services the heads of states from the 28 countries of the European Union (EU) when they travel to the EU headquarters in Brussels, at least once a week. Belgian authorities are on high alert. Tightened security is implemented throughout the country. Airport is closed. Metro system cancelled all high-speed services such as Eurostar and Thalys. Alphacoders Infographic: Paris Attacks- What You Need To KnowLike us on Facebook From Paris to Brusells — bombing attacks linked? After the Paris bombing in November 2015, 10 jihadist (suicide bombers) were identified. Five of these gunmen were geographically linked from a small neighborhood in Brussels known as Molenbeek. This area is six stops away from the Maelbeek train station. This put Belgian officials on high alert. For several months since the Paris bombing, armed officials were seen around the streets of Brussels. According to Time, it was “an attempt” to dispel any plots of terrorism that might have started in the city capital. Another interesting event prior to the attack happened on March 18, just four days before the Brussels attacks. Salah Abdeslam, the 26-year-old Paris attacker was arrested. Authorities are holding all information and piecing together intelligence reports to identify links and leads. It will be hard to make a single call at the moment. During his interview with Time, Claude Moniquet, a retired agent for France’s external intelligence, said that ‘multitarget attacks’ will be coming and it would bring ‘terrible consequences’. Meanwhile, Europe is taking security more seriously after the Paris and Brussels attacks, despite current economic recessions. Photo: Airport Data/Alphacoders

Brussels Bombing Attacks: Death Toll Reaches 30, String Of Attacks Linked To Paris Bombing?

Brussels bombing attacks, where exactly? Brussels woke to a nightmare which authorities had feared since the Paris attacks in November 2015. The attack on Brussels, the capital city of Belgium, killed 31 people and wounded more than 150 when ‘coordinated’ blasts were set off in two public transport areas: airport and train station. Around 8 a.m. on Tuesday, March 22, a loud explosion shook the departure hall of Zaventem Airport, Belgium’s international airport. The blast claimed 11 lives and injured 81 people, according to health officials. An hour later, another bomb went off in Maelbeek Metro Station. It killed 20 people and injured 100. The central train station services the heads of states from the 28 countries of the European Union (EU) when they travel to the EU headquarters in Brussels, at least once a week. Belgian authorities are on high alert. Tightened security is implemented throughout the country. Airport is closed. Metro system cancelled all high-speed services such as Eurostar and Thalys. Alphacoders Infographic: Paris Attacks- What You Need To KnowLike us on Facebook From Paris to Brusells — bombing attacks linked? After the Paris bombing in November 2015, 10 jihadist (suicide bombers) were identified. Five of these gunmen were geographically linked from a small neighborhood in Brussels known as Molenbeek. This area is six stops away from the Maelbeek train station. This put Belgian officials on high alert. For several months since the Paris bombing, armed officials were seen around the streets of Brussels. According to Time, it was “an attempt” to dispel any plots of terrorism that might have started in the city capital. Another interesting event prior to the attack happened on March 18, just four days before the Brussels attacks. Salah Abdeslam, the 26-year-old Paris attacker was arrested. Authorities are holding all information and piecing together intelligence reports to identify links and leads. It will be hard to make a single call at the moment. During his interview with Time, Claude Moniquet, a retired agent for France’s external intelligence, said that ‘multitarget attacks’ will be coming and it would bring ‘terrible consequences’. Meanwhile, Europe is taking security more seriously after the Paris and Brussels attacks, despite current economic recessions. Photo: Airport Data/Alphacoders

Brussels Bombing Attacks: Death Toll Reaches 30, String Of Attacks Linked To Paris Bombing?

Brussels bombing attacks, where exactly? Brussels woke to a nightmare which authorities had feared since the Paris attacks in November 2015. The attack on Brussels, the capital city of Belgium, killed 31 people and wounded more than 150 when ‘coordinated’ blasts were set off in two public transport areas: airport and train station. Around 8 a.m. on Tuesday, March 22, a loud explosion shook the departure hall of Zaventem Airport, Belgium’s international airport. The blast claimed 11 lives and injured 81 people, according to health officials. An hour later, another bomb went off in Maelbeek Metro Station. It killed 20 people and injured 100. The central train station services the heads of states from the 28 countries of the European Union (EU) when they travel to the EU headquarters in Brussels, at least once a week. Belgian authorities are on high alert. Tightened security is implemented throughout the country. Airport is closed. Metro system cancelled all high-speed services such as Eurostar and Thalys. Alphacoders Infographic: Paris Attacks- What You Need To KnowLike us on Facebook From Paris to Brusells — bombing attacks linked? After the Paris bombing in November 2015, 10 jihadist (suicide bombers) were identified. Five of these gunmen were geographically linked from a small neighborhood in Brussels known as Molenbeek. This area is six stops away from the Maelbeek train station. This put Belgian officials on high alert. For several months since the Paris bombing, armed officials were seen around the streets of Brussels. According to Time, it was “an attempt” to dispel any plots of terrorism that might have started in the city capital. Another interesting event prior to the attack happened on March 18, just four days before the Brussels attacks. Salah Abdeslam, the 26-year-old Paris attacker was arrested. Authorities are holding all information and piecing together intelligence reports to identify links and leads. It will be hard to make a single call at the moment. During his interview with Time, Claude Moniquet, a retired agent for France’s external intelligence, said that ‘multitarget attacks’ will be coming and it would bring ‘terrible consequences’. Meanwhile, Europe is taking security more seriously after the Paris and Brussels attacks, despite current economic recessions. Photo: Airport Data/Alphacoders

Brussels Bombing Attacks: Death Toll Reaches 30, String Of Attacks Linked To Paris Bombing?

Brussels bombing attacks, where exactly? Brussels woke to a nightmare which authorities had feared since the Paris attacks in November 2015. The attack on Brussels, the capital city of Belgium, killed 31 people and wounded more than 150 when ‘coordinated’ blasts were set off in two public transport areas: airport and train station. Around 8 a.m. on Tuesday, March 22, a loud explosion shook the departure hall of Zaventem Airport, Belgium’s international airport. The blast claimed 11 lives and injured 81 people, according to health officials. An hour later, another bomb went off in Maelbeek Metro Station. It killed 20 people and injured 100. The central train station services the heads of states from the 28 countries of the European Union (EU) when they travel to the EU headquarters in Brussels, at least once a week. Belgian authorities are on high alert. Tightened security is implemented throughout the country. Airport is closed. Metro system cancelled all high-speed services such as Eurostar and Thalys. Alphacoders Infographic: Paris Attacks- What You Need To KnowLike us on Facebook From Paris to Brusells — bombing attacks linked? After the Paris bombing in November 2015, 10 jihadist (suicide bombers) were identified. Five of these gunmen were geographically linked from a small neighborhood in Brussels known as Molenbeek. This area is six stops away from the Maelbeek train station. This put Belgian officials on high alert. For several months since the Paris bombing, armed officials were seen around the streets of Brussels. According to Time, it was “an attempt” to dispel any plots of terrorism that might have started in the city capital. Another interesting event prior to the attack happened on March 18, just four days before the Brussels attacks. Salah Abdeslam, the 26-year-old Paris attacker was arrested. Authorities are holding all information and piecing together intelligence reports to identify links and leads. It will be hard to make a single call at the moment. During his interview with Time, Claude Moniquet, a retired agent for France’s external intelligence, said that ‘multitarget attacks’ will be coming and it would bring ‘terrible consequences’. Meanwhile, Europe is taking security more seriously after the Paris and Brussels attacks, despite current economic recessions. Photo: Airport Data/Alphacoders