- Twin explosions hit Brussels Zaventem airport
- New explosion reported at Metro Station in Brussels
- Several confirmed dead and scores injures
- Airport authority warns people not to come to the airport as evacuation continues
Several people have been confirmed dead after twin explosions hit Brussels Zaventem airport this morning.
Scores others reportedly injured in the blast that happened shortly after 8.00 a.m. this morning local time.
Another explosion reported at a Brussels Metro Station, close the EU institutions.
Brussels Airport on their Tweeter feed has warned people not to visit the scene and have requested all passengers stay away as evacuation is underway.
An evacuation at the airport is currently underway and rail transport to the airport has been suspended.
A suicide bomber is responsible for the Brussels airport explosions which have killed at least 10 people so far, reported Belgian broadcaster VRT.
(This piece is developing)