Brussels Bombers Identified As Brothers

An update on the bombings in Brussels yesterday that killed thirty one and injured two hundred and seventy others at the airport and in the metro.

Two of the bombers have been identified as brothers who were Belgian citizens with police records although none of it terror related. They are both believed to have died along with the blasts, one at the airport and the other in the metro. A third suspect from the airport bombing, seen wearing a hat and a light jacket along with two other attackers on surveillance footage moments before the blasts, is believed to still be at large, leaving behind a bomb in a suitcase that did not explode in the airport, leading authorities to believe the other bombs there were also located in luggage. A widespread manhunt is under way to capture the third suspect.

There have been reports of a arrest by Belgian authorities today but the person was not identified.