BRUSSELS (AP) The Latest on the attacks in Brussels and related investigations (all times local): 3:20 p.m. A top European Union official says the bloc’s 28 nations need to cooperate better in sharing intelligence to counter the threat of religious extremism. Dimitris Avramopoulos, the EU commissioner for migration and citizenship, was speaking Wednesday, a day after three bombings in Brussels killed 34 people including three suicide bombers and wounded 270 others. He says ”it’s a moment for all member states to start working together. To foster mutual trust, exchange information and intelligence, because this is the only way to go ahead.” He said the EU’s police cooperation agency, Europol, is the place to share intelligence in an attempt to foil attacks. — 3:05 p.m. The German government has held a minute of silence for the victims of the Brussels attacks at the start of its weekly Cabinet meeting. The German Foreign Ministry also confirms that some of its citizens are among the over 270 people wounded in the Brussels attacks, including one seriously injured person. It did not elaborate. Explosions at the Brussels airport and a city subway center killed 34 people Tuesday, including three suicide bombers, and wounded over… Read full this story
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