I woke up this morning with the news that two bombs exploded at 8 am at the Brussels Airport. Two hours later I made a post on our facebook page about the attacks. Since then I was in shock and I read about it on the daily mail page:

Cowering under desks and running for their lives, this is the terrifying moment passengers were caught up in a suicide bomb attack at Brussels Airport today in a series of blasts that have killed at least 34 people across the city.

Witnesses described apocalyptic scenes with blood and ‘dismembered bodies everywhere’ after two blasts rocked the terminal at around 8am (7am GMT), killing at least 14 people and injuring 35 others.

Then 79 minutes later at 9.19am, at least 20 people were killed and 55 injured, some critically, when a blast hit a Metro station just 400 metres from the EU headquarters in the city centre.

At the airport, there were reports of a firefight between police and the attackers who shouted in Arabic moments before detonating their bombs. A Kalashnikov was later recovered from the scene.

The blasts, which detonated near the American Airlines and Brussels airlines check-in desks, sent shockwaves through the terminal building, shattering windows and knocking roof tiles off the ceiling as terrified passengers ran for their lives.

The explosions have left countries worldwide reeling, with security placed on high alert, flights cancelled, Eurostar services suspended and France’s border with Belgium shut down. 

Two suspects were arrested a mile from the Maelbeek metro station at around 11am as hundreds of troops and police flooded the streets of Brussels in the hunt for members of the terror cell.

Soldiers have been also been deployed at the airport and other key locations across Brussels as Belgium raised security to its maximum level.

The bombings come just a day after the Belgium Interior Minister warned of possible revenge attacks after the arrest of Paris massacre suspect Salah Abdeslam in the city on Friday. 


Malbeek train carriage.jpg

Malbeek train carriage.jpg

The latest update I saw, was that 30 people were killed and at least 150 people were hurt. All information is subject to change at this moment. I also saw that that police catched two people, near the Malbeek train station where the third bomb detonated – see here. No one knows at the moment if there are more attackers on the run. All trains and flights have been cancelled. And I heard on the radio, how people living nearby help the victims or give them shelter. People are told to better stay at home.

Photo by DPA

And all I can ask myself, why did this happen? Why do we allow these evil people to destroy our lives? Why weren’t there more security people since they already expected attacks? But all these questions don’t change the situation.
Therefore, the Style & Curve team and our partners from ComeSeeTv would like to express our deepest condolences to the victims and hurt people and their familys. We don’t believe in revenge – Therefore we want to send our LOVE to all our fans and followers from Belgium and nearby.
I am also happy to see the solidarity for the victims online. Hashtags like #Brussels #JeSuisBruxelles, #PrayForBruxelles and #PrayForBelgium are to find on social media, like Instagram. The cover pic which I choosed is already the most shared picture. See below a few of them:

¡Muchísimos ánimos a Bruselas por los atentados! 😭 #jesuisbruxelles

A photo posted by GH↔MYHYV (@gh_myh) on

#prayforbruxelles 😪😡

A photo posted by @martin.darri on

I am glad to see all the solidarity, but I still need to stay quite for the rest of the day. It is really not easy to see this for me, I can only imagine how terrible it is for everyone directly involved.

We are praying for you and we support you – #jesuisbruxelles

Your #StyleAndCurve team ;*