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 Identified suspects of Brussels attacks also linked to November attacks in Paris. PHOTOS

The Belgian brothers were already being sought by police due to suspected links to the November terror attacks in Paris.

This is reported by The Guardian citing local broadcaster RTBF, Censor.NET informs.

The broadcaster identified the two men pulling trolleys in Zaventem airport Tuesday morning as brothers Khalid and Ibrahim el-Bakraoui, who are now suspected of initiating the Tuesday airport blasts.

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The el-Bakraoui brothers are from Brussels and have a long history in organised crime in Belgium. They were among the suspects on the run and being hunted by Belgian police since the police raids of recent days, The Guardian reports.

One of the brothers had rented the flat in Forest, south west Brussels which was raided by police last Tuesday, exactly a week before the Brussels attacks, and where Salah Abdeslam, the Paris suspect had been present.

Belgian media also identified the third man from the airport image. According to them, it is Najim Laachraoui. he is also named possible suspect of the Brussels attacks of March 22.

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Laachraoui had traveled to Hungary in September with Paris attacks prime suspect Salah Abdeslam.

At the moment, Laachraoui is being sought by Belgian police, for he had not detonated his siutcase bomb in Zaventem together with el-Bakraoui brotheths and fled the scene.

The images of the three men have been posted on the official Twitter account of Belgian investigation.

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