On the morning of March 22, attacks at an airport and metro station in Brussels killed at least 32 and injured more than 270 others.
The attacks took place a little more than an hour apart and were apparently coordinated. The U.S. State Department confirmed that at least two U.S. citizens were killed in the attacks
Surveillance footage shows three suspects in the airport attack. There was one known suspect in the metro attack. Of these four suspects, three died in the blasts. The fourth, Mohamed Abrini, was the last identified suspect at large relating to the Paris attacks before he was captured April 8.
Recent raids have uncovered a web of connections between the suspects in the Brussels attacks and those who helped carry out the November attacks in Paris. This diagram explains what we know about their status and relationships:
Het hele artikel inclusief infographics is te lezen bij de Washington Post: What we know about the attacks in Brussels and how they connect to Paris