Belgian police are searching for several men who allegedly played a role in the terrorist attacks in Paris last November and in Brussels on Tuesday.
MOHAMED ABRINI: Belgium issued an international arrest warrant in November for this 31-year-old Belgian national, who was filmed two days before the Paris attacks driving a Renault Clio car that was then used in the killings.
The video showed Abrini at a petrol station in northern France together with Paris attack suspect Salah Abdeslam, who was arrested in Brussels on March 18. Abrini is considered "armed and dangerous," according to the Belgian police.
UNIDENTIFIED BRUSSELS AIRPORT BOMBER: Belgium has asked for the public's help in identifying a man who prosecutors say brought a large bag containing an explosive device to the Brussels airport on Tuesday morning, but then abandoned it there and left. Two other suicide bombers blew themselves up at the airport during the attack.
The police on Tuesday released a video-surveillance image of the unidentified man, who was wearing a white jacket, a black hat and glasses. He can be seen in the picture pushing an airport trolley with a black duffel bag on it.
NAJIM LAACHRAOUI: Belgian authorities had asked for help tracking down Laachraoui, but media reports later cited the prosecutor's office confirming that Laachraoui was one of the two suicide bombers who died at the Brussels airport.