Britain and its allies have been told to expect ‘dark days’ by ISIS in the wake of the horrific terror attacks on Brussels.
At least 31 people died and close to 200 were injured in suspected suicide attacks on Zaventem Airport and then later at Maalbeek metro station
Belgian health minister Maggie De Block has said that 20 people were killed on the metro and 11 died in bomb blasts at Zaventem Airport.
It was originally thought 34 people had perished in the blasts. The UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office has confirmed at least two Britons were injured in the attacks.
A major manhunt has been launched to find a man, pictured in a white coat and black hat, who is one of three people suspected as being behind the airport attacks.
Belgian authorities said two suspected bombers, seen above with black gloves on their left hands, were killed in the two blasts but the third remains at large.
According to the Press Association, Zaventem mayor Francis Vermeiren said the suspects ‘came in a taxi with their suitcases, their bombs were in their bags.
He added: ‘They put their suitcases on trolleys, the first two bombs exploded. The third also put his on a trolley but he must have panicked, it did not explode.’