The Heat: Examining Brussels terror attacks

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A major development in the Brussels Terror Attacks. The person who authorities believe made the bombs in both the Brussels and Paris attacks is now believed to be dead.

At least 31 people were killed and more than 270 were injured when three suicide bombs were detonated Tuesday at the Brussels airport and a metro station.

Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attacks. A Belgium prosecutor said four men carried out the attacks and one suspect remains at large.

CCTV America’s Kate Parkinson from Brussels.

The Heat: Examining Brussels terror attacks

The Heat: Examining Brussels terror attacks

A major development in the Brussels Terror Attacks. The person who authorities believe made the bombs in both the Brussels and Paris attacks is now believed to be dead.

The Heat interviewed the following guests about the latest developments in the terror attacks:

The Heat: Experts discuss latest developments in Belgium terror attacks

The Heat: Experts discuss latest developments in Belgium terror attacks

The Heat interviewed the following guests about the latest developments in the terror attacks: Julie Lenarz, the founder and executive eirector of the Human Security Centre based in the United Kingdom. Saba Ahmed, president and founder of the Republican Muslim Coalition who just returned from a trip to Brussels. Leela Jacinto, an international news reporter with France 24. Rebecca Zimmerman, an associate policy analyst at the RAND Corporation.

  • Julie Lenarz, the founder and executive eirector of the Human Security Centre based in the United Kingdom.
  • Saba Ahmed, president and founder of the Republican Muslim Coalition who just returned from a trip to Brussels.
  • Leela Jacinto, an international news reporter with France 24.
  • Rebecca Zimmerman, an associate policy analyst at the RAND Corporation.