Brussels, home to the headquarters of NATO and the European Union, has been on high alert since radical Muslims organized an attack that killed 130 people in Paris in November 2015. Four months later, associates of those attackers killed 32 people in their home city.
Now, at least two explosions have been reported in the City of Brussels.
Belgian Police have stated a person wearing an explosive vest was "neutralized" at the train station.
Reports now state that a Muslim Suicide Bomber blew himself up within the Capital’s station.