Three blasts in the Belgian city of Brussels have killed at least 30 and injured nearly 200.

The first two explosions happened in Zaventem Airport at 8:00 local time, killing 11 and injuring 81. The third was at Maelbeek metro station an hour later, it killed 20 and injured another 106.

The Belgian government has raised its terrorism alert to its highest level, and many other European countries have raised security levels. Additionally, all flights in and out of the Belgium have been cancelled, though they may re-open on thursday.

The government has also released a CCTV photograph of the three men believed to be responsible for the attacks. Two of the men are believed dead in the attack, the third is wanted by the police.

The terrorist organization ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack through the affiliated Amaq Agency.

All information is subject to change.