Belgian police identified two suspected Islamic State suicide bombers captured on security cameras before they struck Brussels Airport on March 22 in the first of two attacks that also hit the city's metro, according to the country's public broadcaster RTBF.
A series of terror attacks occurred in Brussels March 22, which killed at least 34 people and wounded 250 others.
RTBF, quoting a police source, named the suspected bombers as Khalid and Brahim El Bakraoui, two brothers resident in Brussels and known to the security services for crime.
The Syrian-based Islamist militant group claimed responsibility four days after the arrest in Brussels of a prime suspect in November's Paris attacks. If confirmed, the identifications would link the Brussels blasts directly to the jailed Paris suspect, Salah Abdeslam.
A third suspect seen with them before running away from the airport after the blasts was identified as Najim Laachraoui, 25, a man sought by police and directly linked to Abdeslam.
Khalid had rented under a false name the apartment in the city's Forest borough, where police hunting Abdeslam killed a gunman in a raid last week, RTBF said.