Six people were arrested yesterday following Brussels twin terror attacks at the airport and a metro station that left 31 dead on Tuesday.
According to BBC News, there is no word yet on the identities of the suspects or their connection to the attacks but it has been confirmed that the arrests were made by the Belgian police in Schaerbeek district on Thursday evening, after house-to-house searches in the area.
Meanwhile, the search for two people that might have been connected to the Brussels terrorist attacks continues, as investigations into the attacks, linked to last November’s Paris attacks and which have been claimed by the Islamic State, are also still ongoing.
The French police also arrested a man suspected of planning an attack earlier on Thursday in France. An anti-terrorism operation was thereafter launched in Argenteuil, north-west of Paris.
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