Brussels attacks: Police reach ‘deal to reopen airport’

Brussels attacks: Police reach ‘deal to reopen airport’

Our officials have reached a deal on security at Brussels airport, paving the way for a reopening of the facility which has been shut since last month’s suicide attack, a police union says.

They say the government agreed to the unions’ demand for passengers to be checked before they enter the terminal.

Both sides say they now expect the airport to re-open in the coming days.

The so-called Islamic State claimed the twin bombings at Zaventem airport and in the metro, which killed 32 people.

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