A blast has been hear at a metro station close to EU institutions in Brussels, shortly after loud explosions at the Brussels airport of Zaventem.
Police officials' estimates suggest at least one person has been killed. Belgian broadcasters RTBF and VRT say up to 13 people might have lost their lives and another 30 or more might have been wounded, while other suggest the number could be higher. Hospital sources say the death toll is at least 10.
People are still being evacuated at the airport as of 11:40 local time. Belgium's PM Charles Michel has urged the public to avoid "any movement". The EU has asked its staff to stay at their homes....
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