Terrorist Bombings Strike Brussels: What We Know – BILL CHAPELL Updated March 22, 2016 10:38 AM ET Published March 22, 2016 5:58 AM ET

Two women wounded in the Brussels airport in Belgium after explosions there Tuesday. Belgian media say 11 people died in the airport attack.

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  • People are evacuated from the Zaventem international airport after a terrorist bombing earlier today in Brussels.

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At least two dozen people are dead and more than 150 wounded, after explosions struck Brussels during the Tuesday morning rush hour, Belgian media report. Two blasts hit the international airport; another struck a metro station. Belgium has issued a Level 4 alert, denoting “serious and imminent attack.”

“What we feared has happened, we were hit by blind attacks,” Prime Minister Charles Michel said at a midday news conference Tuesday. He added that there were many dead and many injured.

Citing an an unofficial source for the emergency services, Belgian broadcaster RTBF says that 14 people died in the attack at the Zaventem airport, and that 20 people died at the Maelbeek metro station.

French President Francois Hollande says, “terrorists struck Brussels, but it was Europe that was targeted — and all the world that is concerned.”

The number of dead and wounded could rise, as Belgian emergency agencies are focused on responding to those in need. Information is still emerging about this attack, and some reports may later prove inaccurate. Here’s what we know so far: