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Sunday 10 December 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Brussels

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'A victory for Isis would be a Europe crippled by fear and suspicion'
A victory for Isis would see Muslim citizens even further reviled, harassed and ghettoised in European cities, writes Donal O’Keeffe.
Brussels March Against Fear cancelled amid security concerns
“We Belgian citizens have been attacked, in how we live, our customs, our rights, our liberty.”
Man shot as Belgian police arrest three terror suspects
Video footage from the scene appeared to show a child with the man as he was dragged away by police.
Briton who told his family he was safe among the Brussels dead
Around 40 nationalities are thought to be among the dead and wounded.
New pro-Islamic State propaganda video features Donald Trump
Experts say the “fanboy” video is an attempt to move attention away from the fact the extremist group is losing ground in the Middle East.
Seven terror suspects detained in Belgium and France
Families face an agonising wait after forensic experts warn it could take weeks to identify victims.
Man arrested in 'advanced stages' of terror plot in France
The French interior minister said there were no links “at this stage” between the plan and the attacks in Paris or Brussels.
Brussels bombings: Here's what we know so far
Investigators are gradually piecing together the bloody events in Europe’s symbolic capital.
Poll: Should there be armed Garda units at Dublin Airport?
It is understood that a decision to have armed units in place has been made in the wake of the Brussels attacks.
EU ministers meet to discuss security in wake of Brussels terror attacks
Belgian authorities are under immense pressure over the attacks and their apparent inability to stop domestic terrorist networks.
Man arrested after tweeting about confronting Muslim woman over Brussels attacks
Matthew Doyle said she gave him a “mealy-mouthed” response.
Third suspected Brussels attacker on the run after 'leaving biggest bomb' in airport
All three suicide bombers have now been identified.
'We thought that was it': Cork woman gives eyewitness account of Brussels airport bombing
Niamh Jordan and her family were at the Ryanair check-in desk when the explosions went off.
A minute's silence in Brussels was ended with defiant applause
Irish leaders have also expressed solidarity.
Brussels airport to stay closed tomorrow, unclear when it will re-open
Aer Lingus has cancelled its flights, while Ryanair is flying to Charleroi instead.
'It was terrifying to be at the heart of an event the world was watching'
Sligo man, Heber Rowan, who is living in Brussels says yesterday was a day that ripped through the heart of life in Brussels.
Dublin photographer captures Belgian grief in one moving portrait
Cameraman Alex Sapienza took this shot after a long day of filming in Brussels.
Belgium-Portugal soccer friendly moved from Brussels after terror attacks
The match takes place next Tuesday.
Teenager who survived Boston bombing injured in Brussels airport attack
Mason Well was standing within feet of a bomb that exploded at the airport.
Two brothers reportedly behind Brussels suicide bombings
They were known to police but in connection with organised crime – not for acts of terrorism.
Terror expert says Isis will use Donald Trump videos to recruit members
“It’s irresponsible and it needs to stop.”
At least 34 dead as Islamic State claims attack on Brussels
A manhunt is on for at least one suspect.
There's a manhunt in Brussels for this man
Police believe he accompanied two likely suicide bombers.
Tom Clonan: 'Islamic State will consider today’s attacks a great success'
Columnist Tom Clonan takes an in-depth look at the aftermath following today’s attacks in Brussels and what it means for security in Europe.
In photos: The devastation of today's attacks in Brussels
At least 34 people were killed in two explosions.
Timeline: How the Brussels terror attacks unfolded
This morning’s attacks at Brussels airport and a metro station in the city have left at least 34 people dead and hundreds wounded.
Brussels terror attacks: What we know so far
At least 34 people have died in two separate attacks.
The kindness of strangers: Shelter and lifts offered to those stranded in Brussels
Support is in no short supply for those affected by events in Belgium this morning.
Facebook has activated its Safety Check feature in Brussels
Phone problems are being reported in the Belgian capital. A helpline number for Irish people has also been issued.
'We got him' - Paris attacker Salah Abdeslam shot and captured
Abdeslam was shot in the leg during the police operation.
Manhunt for terrorist suspects continues as Islamic State flag found at scene of shootout
One person was killed and four officers injured in a shootout last night.
One dead, four officers injured in shooting during hunt 'for Paris suspects'
Officers in the Belgian capital came under fire during the anti-terror operation.
Everybody noticed this RTÉ reporter getting tongue-tied on the news last night
On-the-run Paris attacker spotted on CCTV at petrol station the day after the attack
Last week, Belgian investigators said that they had found a flat they believe was used by Abdeslam after the attacks.
Two arrested in Belgium over New Year terror plot
Military-type training uniforms, propaganda materials from the Islamic State group and computer material were seized by police during searches.
You might not be able to travel freely within Europe for another two years
European Union interior ministers have already reached a number of agreements to do with travel security.
Ireland's terror risk: Where does the country rank on the terror alert scale?
In short, we don’t actually use one.
Turkey and the EU have agreed a €3 billion aid deal to stem the flow of migrants into Europe
Turkey insists the money is “for migrants, not for Turkey”.