Brussels subway station reopened
The opening of the station brought the Belgian capital's underground network back up to full capacity.
JOHANNESBURG - The Brussels subway station where 16 people were killed by a suicide bomber has reopened just over a month after the attacks.
Security remains high across the underground network, which was hit during the March peak morning travel period.
The opening of the station earlier today brought the Belgian capital's underground network back up to full capacity.
Bomb-hit Brussels airport meanwhile is still not fully operational.
BELGIUM RELEASES THREE PEOPLE HELD ON TUESDAY OVER PARIS ATTACKS
Belgian prosecutors said three people detained on Tuesday in Brussels over November's deadly attacks in Paris were released by a judge on Wednesday.
The three were taken in for questioning after a home search related to the Paris attacks in the Brussels district of Uccle, prosecutors said, without stating what they had suspected the three of doing or what was found during the search.
The investigation into the Jihadist attacks in Paris, which killed 130 people on 13 November, has revealed an extensive militant cell, some of whose members were also involved in the Brussels bombings of 22 March.