Reportedly, a young man attacked various commuters sitting at the Brussels-South station. Allegedly, while thrashing people he was raising slogans of ‘Allah hu Akbar.
Ten men are going on trial in Belgium on the charge of playing a role in two suicide bombings that caused the death of 32 people and injured more than 300 in Brussels in 2016.
At around 8am on March 22, a series of bombs were set off at opposite ends of the check-in area at Zaventem airport, and an hour later another blast rocked Maalbeek metro station.
Anti-terror raids targeting a group of suspected far-right extremists left one person dead in Belgium after police exchanged gunfire with a man at one location Wednesday, justice officials said.
Six years after Belgium's deadliest peacetime attack, a Brussels court will this week host a landmark trial that survivors hope will mark a step forward in their recovery and that of their nation.
The sole surviving member of the terror squad that killed 130 people in Paris in 2015 has been transferred from France to Belgium, where he will be tried later this year for attacks there in 2016.
Europe is repatriating increasing numbers of its Islamic State-linked women and children, who have languished for years...