Dutch police stopped a train traveling between Brussels and Amsterdam hours after multiple explosions rocked Brussels on Tuesday, according to news reports. The train was stopped after a passenger was acting suspciously and was heard making threats, according to an NL Times report. The train was stopped at the Hoofddorp station, one stop away from Schiphol Airport. Local police on their Twitter page said the station had been closed but has since reopened.
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