THIS JUST IN: Massive Manhunt Finds Major Lead In Brussels Attack Investigation

As authorities conduct raids around Belgium, according to The Boston Globe, following the airport and subway attacks in Brussels today, new details are emerging on the possibly ISIS-linked suspects. At least 30 people were killed — 10 at the airport and 20 at the subway station — with well over 100 people injured.

According to CNN, authorities in the midst of the massive manhunt have found items that may be linked to the attack.

The country's federal prosecutor announced that "During a house search in Schaarbeek, investigators found a nail bomb, chemical products, and an ISIS flag."

According to ABC News, nails were found in at least one of the airport bombs.


Authorities have also released an airport surveillance photo of three suspects in the attack. They believe now that two of the men were suicide bombers killed when they detonated their explosives. A third bomb did not go off, and authorities are searching for the man in the surveillance photo wearing a tan jacket.

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