The number of victims of the terrorist attack at the Brussels airport has increased to 13 people, according to the Belgian radio station NOS. The explosions in the subway killed 10 people, and the number of wounded rose to 35 people, Sky News reports.
It was reported earlier that today at around 8 a.m. local time, two explosions ripped through Zaventem airport in Brussels. Two explosions also occurred at two metro stations near the buildings of EU institutions and close to the quarter where immigrants live.
The Belgian Government has officially recognized the attacks as act of terrorism. According to preliminary data, the explosion killed 23 people.
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