Brussels News

EU extends individual sanctions over Ukraine crisis until March 2019

These sanctions are different from restrictive measures against the Russian economy that EU imposed after the Ukraine crises and which are also subject to regular renewals.

European Union waves sanctions threat over Venezuela vote

The European Union warned on Thursday that it could impose further sanctions on Venezuela, threatening "appropriate measures" if democracy in Venezuela were undermined by elections to be held in a month's time.


Police confirm Belgian troops 'neutralising' person at Brussels station post blast

The city has been on high alert for more than 18 months since Brussels-based Islamic State militants carried out attacks in Paris that killed 130 people there in November 2015 and later bombed Brussels airport and the city's metro in March last year.

Brussels attack: Donald Trump calls for increased surveillance of mosques in US

Donald Trump said authorities "should be able to do whatever they have to do" to gain information in an effort to thwart future attacks.

Brussels bombers were plotting UK attack: Report

New information retrieved from the laptop of one of the suicide bombers involved in the Brussels terror attack last month has revealed that Britain was also on their hit list.

First passenger flight since March 22 attacks takes off from Brussels airport

Brussels airport has been closed since suicide bombings at the airport and in the subway killed 32 victims and wounded 270 in attacks were claimed by the ISIS.


Belgium: Speeding car hits woman during anti-Islam protests in Molenbeek

Police said a number of extreme-right protesters did arrive in Molenbeek. At least seven were detained.

Brussels attacks: PM Modi condoles Infosys employee Raghavendran Ganeshan's death

Reported missing since the attacks, Raghavendran was confirmed as one of the victims by Belgian authorities on Monday.

Brussels attacks: Belgium releases terror murder suspect

Prosecutors had charged the man identified as Faycal C on Saturday with offences including “terrorist murder”, and had been investigating the theory that he was a third airport attacker who fled when his bomb failed to go off.

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World lights up in Belgian colors to show solidarity

The Islamic State claimed attacks on Brussels airport and metro station killed at least 34 people and injured several others.

Multiple blasts in Brussels: City in lockdown, 21 dead

Brussels airport and the metro system were closed down after multiple blasts left at least 21 people dead. Click here for more pictures of the suicide attack.