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Hundreds of people have been injured and trapped after two explosions blasted Brussels Airport.
Witnesses from the airport say that they "felt the shockwaves" which are claimed to have centred at the American Airlines check-in desk at 7am, reports the Daily Mail.
Pictures from this morning show the terminal windows smashed from the force of the explosions and debris falling everywhere.
The Belgian capital was on a state of high alert this week following the arrest of Paris terror attack suspect Salah Abdeslam in the city last week.
At least 11 people have lost their lives from the explosions and up to 25 have been injured.
The explosions cut-off a terminal in which people were unable to escape. It also shattered the arrivals hall.
The Daily Mail has confirmed that the explosions in Brussels airport we're let off by suicide bombers.
A SECOND attack has hit the Metro station near EU Headquarters
We love a good pregnancy reveal story, and the fact that this one takes place at 10,000 metres makes it all the sweeter.
Mum-to-be Lisa Sadiwynk recently boarded a plane from Las Vegas to Philadelphia with her husband, and she decided it was high (geddit?) time to let him know he was due to become a dad.
After doing the usual announcements about flight time and weather, the American Airlines pilot on Lisa and Eric's plane told the passengers it was "time to have a little fun."
Calling out Eric's seat number and name, he then explained what was going on.
"Well Eric although you didn’t strike it rich here in Las Vegas you did hit the jackpot. Congratulations, you’re about to be a dad!"
How sweet?! And the moment Eric starts to cry just before the video ends is truly gorgeous.
Lisa's video has already racked up 35,000 views on Facebook, and she says she's hoping to track down some of the plane crew again to thank them properly.
Watch it in full here:
Prince William surprised many American Airlines passengers last the weekend, when the Prince decided to fly economy.
William apparently mingled and chatted with his fellow passengers who were little shocked at the Royal presence.
It seems William had no problem in flying couch after returning from his pal’s wedding in Tennessee.
One news reporter managed to take a shot of the Prince’s head on the plane.
Reports are suggesting that Wills paid for the flight himself but was surrounded by his security entourage.
Still, William has given us another reason to fly economy.