BRUSSELS, Belgium — At least 23 people have been killed in three explosions in Brussels, Belgium, according to Belgian media.
Ten were killed at a subway station, according to two Belgian broadcasters, and at least 13 were killed at the airport, according to public broadcaster VRT.
The terror threat level in Belgium has been raised to four, its highest level. There were three explosions in Brussels on Tuesday — one at a subway station and two at the airport. Raising the threat level to four means authorities can deploy the army onto the streets to meet security needs.