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An ISIS claim of responsibility for terror attacks in Brussels. At least 31 dead and nearly 200 injured at an airport and subway station.

FOX's Kitty Logan reports from the European Bureau:

A statement attributed to ISIS says it targeted the sites with explosive belts and devices.

Belgian police have also released a CCTV image of three men who they suspect of carrying out the bombings.

Two bombs went off at the airport at around 8 a.m. local time, shortly afterwards there was an explosion at a subway station in the city centre.

Transport in and out of Brussels has been suspended and more security forces brought in. The country is now at its highest level of alert.

In London, Kitty Logan, FOX News.

(AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)
(AP Photo/Geert Vanden Wijngaert)

Presidential candidates react to the bloodshed in Brussels.

FOX's Steve Taylor reports from Washington:

Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton pledges solidarity with European allies against terrorists.

Republican candidate Donald Trump says the Brussels attacks make it more important that the U.S. stop allowing Muslims to enter this country:

(Trump) "We don't know where they're from, who they are."

Ted Cruz says Trump would abandon America's allies in the fight against terrorism. Cruz says American forces should utterly destroy ISIS:

(Cruz) "Kill the enemy and then we should get the heck out."

Republican John Kasich says America should destroy the terrorists, but he does not call for blocking Muslim immigrants.

In Washington, Steve Taylor, FOX News.

(AP Photo/Michel Spingler)
(AP Photo/Michel Spingler)

President Obama reacts to terror attack in Brussels while in Cuba:


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Celebrities showing their support for those affected by the terror attacks in Belgium.

FOX's Jacquelyn Karl has more:

Celebrities reacting to the terror attacks at the Brussels airport and one of the city's metro stations killing at least 31 people and wounding dozens as a European capital again locked down amid heightened security threats.

Here are some of their tweets:

Actor Rain Wilson from the hit TV show 'The Office' "Woke up to the horrible tragic news in Brussels. Heartbreaking. Sending much love and many prayers."

Singer Iggy Azalea, "Sending prayers to everyone in Brussels."

Actress and activist, Mia Farrow: "#WeStandWithBrussels"

Actress Christina Applegate, "Just woke up to the horrible news. Thinking of the people in Brussels. My heart aches."

Celebrities are sending their support and in some cases prayers for all those touched by this occurrence.

Jacquelyn Karl, FOX News.

Warning, graphic video: Chaos shortly after airport attack:


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