The suspected Paris bomb maker thought to have been at large after fleeing the Brussels Airport attack was in fact one of two men killed in the explosion, officials have said.
Najim Laachraoui was previously believed to have been on the run after dumping a bag containing a bomb that failed to detonate and fleeing the airport, but officials have now said that his DNA matched with one of two men who blew themselves up inside the terminal building.
The second Brussels airport suicide bomber, Najim Laachraoui, was a suspected bomb maker for Isis’s massacre in Paris and was already being hunted by police before the latest attack.
Laachraoui was already being hunted by police when the series of co-ordinated attacks killed 31 people and left another 61 injured in the Belgian capital. Read more