Suspects remain at large after attack in Brussels

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BRUSSELS (AP) — There may be two suspects at large following this week’s bombings in Brussels.

Belgian state media reports that an attacker is seen on surveillance cameras in the Brussels subway, carrying a large bag and walking alongside Khalid El Bakraoui, who’s been identified as the actual suicide bomber.

El Bakraoui’s brother was a suicide bomber at the Brussels airport. He was one of three men seen in surveillance photos walking together in the airport. One of the three is believed to still be alive and on the run.

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