Twin explosions hit Brussels airport, at least one killed (UPDATING 3)
Baku, Azerbaijan, March 22
The latest on Brussels airport twin blasts:
12:18 (GMT +4) Associated Press reports citing Belgian police that at least one person was killed in the explosions at Brussels airport.
"One person has died and perhaps there are several more," AP cited a police official.
12:05 (GMT+4) Sky News reports that the blasts centred on an American Airlines desk in a departure hall.
11:53 (GMT+4) The explosion rocked the check-in zone of Brussels Airport, killing "several" people and leaving multiple others wounded, NBC News has reported citing officials.
The blast shook the departures hall shortly after 08:00 local time, according to the report.
"There was an explosion ... there are several dead and wounded but we can't say how many at this point," a federal police spokesman said.
A security source told NBC News the explosion happened near check-in desk four but it was not immediately clear if terrorism was involved.
11:46 (GMT +4) Several people were injured at the departure hall of the Brussels airport, said Sputnik International.
11:30 (GMT +4) Twin explosions have been heard at the Zaventem airport in Brussels, Belgium, reports Sputnik International. The cause of the explosions is so far unknown.