Brussels Airport remains closed through Thursday after terror attacks reportedly killed at least 11 people and wounded 81 in two explosions at the airport Tuesday morning. “Around 0800 [local time] this morning [March 22], two explosions occurred in the departures hall,” Brussels Airport said in a statement on its website. The airport building was immediately evacuated after the blasts. It is believed the explosions occurred on the landside of the terminal ...

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