BRUSSELS (AP) - The Islamic State group is claiming responsibility for today's attacks in Brussels, saying its extremists opened fire in the airport and "several of them" detonated suicide belts.
The posting by the group's news agency says another suicide attacker detonated in the metro. The posting said the attack was in response to Belgium's support of the international coalition arrayed against it.
The bombs at the airport and a metro station killed at least 31 people and wounded dozens of others. It happened just days after the key fugitive from last year's Paris attacks was arrested in Brussels.