Brussels Attacks: A Poor Plan Executed With Good Bombs

MIN READMar 23, 2016 | 21:48 GMT

During the March 22 Brussels airport bombings, the suspected attackers, shown here in CCTV footage, used advanced improvised explosive devices.


Details of the March 22 attacks in Brussels are still emerging. But new information from several sources suggests the attacks were smaller than originally planned and may have been rushed -- most likely by the March 18 arrest of Salah Abdeslam, a surviving member of the cell that conducted the Nov. 13 Paris attacks. However, what the attacks lacked in planning, they made up for in the quality of the bombs used....

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