Two More Charged Over Brussels Attacks

Two more suspects have been charged in connection with the deadly bombings at Brussels airport and metro last month that killed 32 people, Belgian authorities said Tuesday. The suspects, identified only as Smail F. and Ibrahim F., were allegedly involved in renting a safehouse for the attackers following the March 22 bombings, according to the Belgian Federal Prosecutor’s Office. The two men were “charged with participation in the activities of a terrorist group, terrorist murders, and attempts to commit terrorist murders,” according to a statement. The latest charges come after Belgian officials revealed the Brussels attackers had initially planned to hit France.