Belgian police began massive hunt for terrorists after Islamic State claimed responsibility for suicide bomb attacks at Brussels airport and a metro train, killing around 35 people and wounding hundreds .
Two massive suicide blasts by men with bombs in their bags hit Zaventem Airport creating panic and reminding Europe that jihadists are still present to infuse fear among people .
Belgian authorities released pictures of two of the suspects pushing trolleys with their bombs through the terminal at Zaventem airport and said they were “actively searching” for a third whose explosives did not to go off.
Police issued a wanted notice for a young man in a hat who was caught on CCTV pushing a laden luggage trolley at Zaventem airport.
Police helicopters hovered over the city throughoutnight and terror raids are underway across Belgium, prosecutors said, adding that a bomb, an Islamic State flag and chemicals had been found in one apartment.