Man Arrested Over Brussels Attack Is Not Third Suspect: Report

The third suspect in the Brussels Airport bombing may still be on the run from police on Wednesday. Belgian newspaper DH said earlier that special police forces had arrested Najim Laachraoui in Brussels's Anderlecht district, but the news outlet later said it was another man that had been arrested. Laachraoui is believed to be one of three men caught on CCTV at the Zaventem airport on Tuesday, shortly before two bombs went off and killed 14 people. The two other suspects in the photo have been identified as brothers Khalid and Brahim El Bakraoui, who are believed to have died as they set off suicide bombs. Authorities have been searching for Laachraoui after his DNA was found in a Brussels apartment linked to the Paris terror attacks.

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