Report: Suicide bomber in Brussels attack was employed by airport

April 21, 2016 04:14


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One of the suspected suicide terrorists who carried out a viscous attack on the airport in Brussels last month was once employed at the transpiration hub, Belgium media reported Thursday.

Brussels based VTM reported that one of the alleged suicide bombers, Najem Ashrawi, worked for Zaventem airport for five years until 2012. It was not immediately clear what the nature of Ashrawi's employment entailed.

On March 22, two suicide suicide bombers killed 14 people at Zaventem airport in Brussles and a further blast tore through a rush-hour metro train in the capital shortly afterwards, claiming 20 lives,

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