Brussels terrorists were in the U.S. database long before the explosions


U.S. intelligence services had information about the suicide bombers who blew up bombs in the subway and the airport of Brussels, long before 22 March, when occurred the attacks, Reuters reports.

According to the source Agency, Brahim al-Basrawi, which exploded a bomb in the airport of Brussels, was included in the lists of terrorism suspects before the Paris terrorist attacks, on 13 November. His brother Khalid was in the lists after the terrorist attacks in Paris.

Three explosions in Brussels occurred on the morning of 22 March. As a result of terrorist attacks killed more than 30 people, wounds of varying severity’ve got about 300. Among the victims are citizens of 40 States. Responsibility for the attack took on the extremist group “Islamic state”, is banned in many countries, including Russia and Britain.