In Brussels, where there had been explosions at the airport and in the subway, detained two people who may be involved in terrorist attacks, reports the British newspaper Daily Mail.

As it became known to the edition, the detention occurred on the morning of March 22, about a mile from the station “Maalbeek” where there was an explosion.

It is worth noting that earlier on Twitter there were photos with the arrest of two people at the Northern station of the Belgian capital. Is it related to the attacks, is unknown.

Federal prosecutors urged not to tell the press any details about an ongoing investigation of the attacks, according to the Agency Belga.

The search involved in terrorist attacks continues, police patrol the streets. Reuters reports about the searches conducted by law enforcement officers in some of the houses in the Brussels region.

#breaking Two more picture of the 2 males arrested in #Brussels, close to North Station

— Heval soro (@Zuttish) 22 March 2016.

Three explosions have thundered in Brussels on Tuesday: two at the airport and one in the subway. Belgian authorities report at least 26 killed in two terrorist attacks, and about 130 were injured. The head of the Belgian government on March 22, called “black day” for the country.

The Belgian authorities raised the terrorist threat level in the country. Also the Belgian police asked people to stay away from explosions, to stay where they are in the moment, and not to call by mobile phones.

Responsibility for the explosion took upon himself, not the terrorist organization “Islamic state” (DAYS).

In Brussels after the terrorist attacks detained two people – Daily Mail 22.03.2016

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