Belgium's Prime Minister Charles Michel today pledged the government would "shed light" on the Brussels attacks as two ministers offered to resign after criticism of intelligence failures.
"I confirm I tendered my resignation," Interior Minister Jan Jambon was quoted as telling the Le Soir daily. "(Justice Minister Koen) Geens too. They were refused."
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The move came after it emerged that the three bombers were known to police and that airport bomber Ibrahim El Bakraoui had been deported from Turkey as a "foreign terrorist fighter".