Brussels Attack Kills at Least 26;
BRUSSELS (AP) — Belgian officials say the toll from three explosions in the capital Brussels this morning is 26 dead and at least 136 people wounded. The country’s health minister says 11 of the dead and 81 of the wounded are from twin explosions at the international airport. The third blast hit a city metro station. At least one of the attacks is believed to have been caused by a suicide bomber. More than 200 flights to Brussels have been diverted or canceled.