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Brussels airport disrupted by power cut

The power went off in the area that was rocked by twin Islamic State bomb blasts.

Brussels Airport departure hall reopens first time since attack

The airport had already resumed some flights but passengers had been using a temporary check-in tent because of extensive damage to the departure hall from the twin suicide bombings that killed 16 people.


Belgium releases video of suspect fleeing after Brussels airport bombings

The newly released police video shows the man, wearing a dark hat and a light-coloured jacket, fleeing the airport's departure hall after the bombs went off at 07.58 am (local time) on March 22.

Brussels Attacks: Airport reopens with three flights, tighter security

"These flights are the first hopeful sign from an airport that is standing up straight after a cowardly attack"

Brussels airport to reopen Sunday with three flights scheduled

The first scheduled flights to Athens, Turin and Faro will be operated by Brussels Airlines and start leaving from Sunday afternoon.

Gul Panag's husband back from Brussels

Gul Panag has heaved a sigh of relief as her pilot husband, who was stuck at the Brussels airport following recent bomb blasts in the Belgian capital city, is back home.


Brussels airport will not re-open before Tuesday: Official statement

The Easter weekend is normally one of the busiest of the year, with thousands of holidaymakers jetting off from Brussels to destinations worldwide.

The great Belgian diamond theft turns from thriller to comedy

When squads of fake police officers arrived in a whirl of blue lights,they struck with clockwork precision,plundering closely