MOSCOW, March 28 (RAPSI) – Three men arrested on Sunday during searches related to Brussels terror attacks have been charged with terrorism, RIA Novosti reported on Monday citing Belgian federal prosecutor’s office.
According to Belgian prosecutors, a judge has ruled to put three suspects, Yasin A., Mohamed B. and Abubaker O. in detention.
On Sunday, Belgian authorities conducted 13 searches related to the terrorism case in the Flemish Mechelen and Duffel, as well as in the municipalities of the Brussels Molenbeek and Anderlecht, Laken district and commune in central Brussels. Nine people were arrested; six of them were released later.
Two explosions occurred at the Brussels Airport on Tuesday. Belgian authorities believe that one of the explosive devices could be triggered by a suicide bomber. The third explosion occurred in the subway at the Malbec station. 34 people died in the terror attacks, another 230 were injured.
The Islamic State (ISIS) terrorist group banned in Russia and some other countries has assumed responsibility for these terror attacks.