The Belgian army was set to tackle a "suspicious package" at Brussels international airport on Tuesday, after three explosions across the city earlier in the day left at least 26 people dead. The Belgian crisis center said in a post to Twitter close to 2 p.m. local time, or 9 a.m. Eastern Time, that "within a few minutes the explosives team of the Belgian Army will neutralize a suspicious package." The post comes after media reports earlier said Belgian police had found a un-exploded suicide bomber belt at the Zaventem airport. The Belgian prosecutor said "probably, a suicide bomber" was involved in the two blast at Brussels airport, the BBC reported.
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