Policemen and soldiers are pictured outside the council chamber of Brussels on March 24, 2016, during ongoing investigations into the Paris and Brussels terror attacks. (AFP / Belga / DIRK WAEM)
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Police in Brussels Thursday launched a desperate hunt for two men suspected of taking part in the ISIS bombings that struck at the very heart of Europe.Under-fire Belgian security officials are tracking one man identified at the scene of a suicide attack on the metro, as well as a suspected bomber seen on CCTV footage at Brussels airport. It has emerged that the three men identified have links to the Paris attacks in November, underscoring the threat European nations face from the extremist group.Belgium's Justice Minister Koen Geens denied however that the 29-year-old Belgian citizen had been flagged as a possible terrorist.Authorities had already been hunting the Bakraoui brothers, both Belgian nationals with long criminal records, over their links to detained Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam.
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