The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the deadly Brussels bombings.
At least 34 people were killed in the attacks.
Brussels officials released a photo of the Islamic bombers before the blasts.
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) March 22, 2016
One suicide bomb went off and at least one suitcase bomb at the Brussels airport.
Israel National News reported:
Members of the Islamic State (ISIS) terrorist organization claimed responsibility for the series of bombings in Brussels on Tuesday, in which at least 34 victims were murdered and 186 more were wounded.
ISIS took responsibility for the bombings through a news website affiliated with it, as cited by Reuters.
The attack would mark the latest in a series of high-profile attacks on European soil by the jihadist group; last November ISIS launched a series of six coordinated attacks in Paris which left 130 people murdered.
Security forces continue to work to hunt down the suspects involved in Tuesday’s attacks.
Those attacks included two explosions in the Zaventem Airport, where at least 14 were murdered and some 90 wounded. A ceiling in the airport collapsed in the wake of the explosion, trapping dozens of travelers and complicating efforts to recover victims of the attack.
ISIS took responsibility for the deadly bombings.
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) March 22, 2016