At least 34 people are reported dead as explosions rocked the international airport and the subway in Brussels during the morning commute March 22.

European Union officials had anticipated some action from terror sleeper cells following the arrest last week in Belgium of the last suspect in the Paris terror attacks, Salah Abdesalm.

Paris remains under a state of emergency.

Media reports this morning say officials in Brussels are putting a halt to almost all activity, telling people to stay in place, cancelling all flights and public transportation.