The suspects in a terror
attack on Brussels
Airport and a metro
station have been identified.
Two explosions at the airport
and one at Maalbeek station yesterday left 34 dead and nearly 200 injured.
Police have identified Khalid
and Ibrahim al-Bakraoui as the two airport suicide bombers.
An international manhunt is
currently underway for a third suspect…
Media Liaison of the Department
of International Relations and Cooperation, South African Embassy Nelson Kgwete says “The
South African impact in Brussels is monitoring in Rocklands and will report to
Pretoria as and well information comes available regard the well being of South
African City in Belgia.”
the moment we have not received any report of South African victims that might
be the impact is as been monitory development need to get new information we
will be aware of that.” He added
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