Terrorism Alert Desk: Photo shows suspect wanted in Brussels terror attack

Terrorism Alert Desk

Today, Brussels was rocked by deadly terror attacks and authorities are now searching for a suspect.

The search is focused on a photo of three men pushing luggage carts. Belgian Police say the men are the suspects in the Brussels Airport attacks and they're looking for the man on the right in the light-colored jacket.

Authorities say the other two men, in dark, are believed to be suicide bombers in Tuesday's attack, and they died in the blasts.

Two explosions ripped through the airport this morning, one near the check-in counters, another near a Starbucks, and both before security.

An hour later, a third blast happened at the Maelbeek Subway Station near the European Quarter, where much of the European Union is based.

"I saw many injures, I saw people dead everything broken. It's just terrible," said Pierre Meys, spokesman of the Brussels Fire Brigade.

ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attacks.

Belgium has raised its terrorism alert to its highest level in response.

Airport authorities say a third bomb at the Airport did not explode and was neutralized by police.

President Obama addressed the attacks today from Cuba.

"We will do whatever is necessary to support our friend and ally Belgium, in bringing to justice those who are responsible, and this is yet another reminder that the world must unite," Obama said.

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