One person has been arrested after the bloody terrorist attacks in Belgium, state broadcaster RTBF reported Wednesday, though it wasn’t immediately clear if this means authorities have the man they’ve been looking for.
The unnamed person was taken into custody in Anderlecht, one of the districts in the capital region of Brussels. Brussels is where, on Tuesday, terrorists killed at least 30 people and wounded another 230 in horrific bombings at the city’s international airport and Maelbeek metro station.
Two suicide bombers — identified as brothers Khalid and Brahim El Bakraoui — are believed to have killed themselves in the airport attacks, a senior Belgian security source told CNN.
Both brothers were known to police, but for organized crime, not for acts of terrorism, according to RTBF.
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