Brussels attacks

Brussels attacks News

Brussels' Maelbeek metro station reopens after terrorist attacks

Most of the commuters at Maelbeek station said the city is gradually coming to terms with the attack and are hopeful that their government will surmount the challenge of terrorism.

Islamic State group hails Brussels suicide bombers in Dabiq

The article in the latest issue of the group's online magazine Dabiq also credited the other two, the Belgian El Bakraoui brothers, with a lead role in organising the Paris attacks.

Advertising

Jihadists 'switched attack to Brussels from France'

Suicide bombers claimed 32 lives when they blew themselves up at Brussels airport and at a metro station on March 22

Belgium confirms arrests related to Brussels attacks

Earlier on Friday, public broadcaster VRT said two men were arrested, with one of them being Mohamed Abrini, wanted over November's Islamic State attacks in Paris.

Nuclear Security Summit: How to understand what it does

The fourth Nuclear Security Summit being held in Washington DC from today will be attended by the leaders of more than 50 countries, including PM Modi.

Together in Brussels

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision to attend the India-EU Summit, despite last week’s terror attacks, sends a strong message that will resonate across the world.

Advertising

Europe, after Brussels

How can it meet its challenges without giving up its way of life?

Belgian nuclear plant guard shot dead, prosecutor rules out militant link

The report stokes fears about the possibility that militants are seeking to get hold of nuclear material or planning to attack a nuclear site.

Brussels attack: Jet Airways staffer Nidhi Chaphekar recovering in ICU

A Jet Airways manager in Brussels said Chaphekar sustained over 15 per cent burns and was left with a fractured foot. He said Nidhi was out of danger.

Advertising