Breaking News Update: Brussels Bomb Explosions.

A police officer stands guard as people are evacuated from Brussels airport

An estimated 35 people has been killed; 151 injured; and 10 in critical condition has been counted as victims of the bloody Brussels bomb blast.

Destroyed windows at the terminal building after explosions at Brussels Airport

It is possible that the accurate number of casualties in the Belgian capital will be more when released. The terrorist attacks took place on Zaventem airport and the Metro system.

A woman is treated with an oxygen mask near Maelbeek Metro Station

David Garcia was travelling on the Metro with his wife and was at the stop before Maelbeek station at the time of the explosion.

He told Sky News: “We felt the sound wave of the explosion. The blast – not the noise. But we felt the tunnel pressure change in the tunnel. Then the metro convoy moved into the tunnel. We were stopped there for 15 to 20 minutes.

Chaos inside Brussels airport after the explosions

“After a while there started to be some smoke from the tunnel. We could hear some loud noises coming from the front of the train. From outside the train, from the tunnel.

“We were close at that moment to Maelbeek station and we could hear some people screaming in the distance. People in the train remained calm.”

Police officers walk past as a group of travelers stand together, after services were suspended on the Brussels Eurostar train route because of the attacks in Belgium

The Eiffel Tower will be lit up on Tuesday evening with Belgium’s national colours in solidarity with the victims of the Brussels attacks, Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo announced.

A armed policewoman gestures in Frankfurt Airport

François Hollande, the French President, has given a Press conference in which he said “France and Belgium are linked through horror”.

He said: “Terrorism has struck Belgium and the whole of Europe is targeted.

“We need to take the full measure of the threat. The fight against terror will be long.”

Armed police patrols in Copenhagen Airport, on March 22, 2016, in Copenhagen, Denmark.

The military police carries extra patrols at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam

Spanish national police officers stand guard at the Adolfo Suarez-Barajas T4 airport terminal as the security measures were increased following terror attacks in Brussels, in Madrid, Spain, 22 March 2016.

Security agencies around the world has increased surveillance against further terrorist attacks as Salah Abdeslam, the suspected Isil terrorist arrested in Brussels on Friday confirmed that there was a plan to attack Germany, reports Justin Huggler in Berlin.

Two suspected terrorists named by Belgian police as accomplices to November’s Paris attacks are likely to be the focus of investigations as to who was responsible for the triple attacks at Brussel’s airports and metros.

Najim Laachraoui and Mohamed Abrini are still on the run following police raids that led to the capture of Salah Abdeslam, the lead Paris attacker, in Brussels on Friday.

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