ISIS Claims Responsibility for Brussels Attacks

Extremists with the self-declared Islamic State have claimed responsibility for the Brussels terror attacks early Tuesday that killed 34 people and injured at least 200 others. ISIS’s own news agency, Amaq, issued a statement Tuesday describing the deadly attacks and noting that Belgium is a participant in the international military coalition against the terror group. Separately, an Iraqi intelligence official told the Associated Press that ISIS sources suggest the attack had been planned for at least two months and was changed because of the arrest of Paris attack suspect Salah Abdeslam in Brussels last week.