The U.S. State Department earlier confirmed the number of U.S. citizens killed in last week's attacks had gone up to four.
Right-wing activists stormed a central square where people were paying tribute to victims but were repelled by force.
Senator says, “We have not shown leadership.” Trump says he predicted the attacks in Brussels, which he termed a "hellhole."
Raids in France, Italy and Germany show greater European cooperation after yet another deadly intelligence failure.
Authorities also announced Saturday 24 of the 31 people killed in Tuesday’s attacks had been identified.
The man was the subject of an arrest warrant issued by Belgian authorities for producing and procuring false documents to be used in illegal immigration.
Justin and Stephanie Shults, Vanderbilt University graduates who worked as accountants in Belgium, died in Tuesday's attacks.
Andre Adam, who later represented Belgium at the United Nations, was killed at the Brussels airport while his wife was injured.
Authorities urged people to stay away to avoid putting further strain on an overtaxed police force, and the rally organizer is complying.
A man identified as Fayçal Cheffou, apprehended outside the Belgian prosecutor's office, has been charged with “attempted terrorist murder.”
A man apprehended in Giessen had received phone messages that included the word "fin" -- French for "end" -- just before a Brussels blast.
Dutch siblings Alexander and Sascha Pinczowski reportedly were on the phone with relatives when Tuesday’s explosion occurred.
Household products like drain cleaner and nail polish remover helped produce a powder known as TATP, aka "the mother of Satan."
Train station attacker Khalid el-Bakraoui and others have been linked to attacks in Brussels and Paris that have killed 160 people and wounded 600.
Police on Friday shot and apprehended a man carrying explosives after he failed to respond to officers' orders, a report said.
At least two connections between Israel and the latest instance of terrorism in Brussels have been established.
The news comes as U.S. officials said that two Americans were among the 31 people killed during Tuesday’s bombings.
The man was seen on security footage next to Khalid El Bakraoui, the suicide attacker who detonated a bomb in the Brussels metro, a local newspaper reported.
The U.S. Secretary of State, who landed at Brussels airport where one of the attacks occurred, will repeat a U.S. offer to help with the investigation and efforts to fight terrorism.
Two of the three suicide bombers in the terror attacks that killed 31 civilians and wounded 300, Khalid and Ibrahim El Bakraoui, were reportedly listed as a “potential terror threat” in U.S....