Explosions at Brussels' airport during rush hour on Tuesday morning and in a Metro station again suggest a precarious security situation in the EU's capital.
The incidents follow arrests of suspected terrorists in the notorious suburb of Molenbeek. Here you can find DW's Content on security issues surrounding the Belgian capital.
The final days of the Dutch election campaign were marked by a dispute with Turkey. Due to security concerns, the Dutch government had banned Turkish officials from rallying support on its territory for an upcoming referendum giving more power to the president. This sparked a harsh backlash from the Turkish government and its citizens living in Europe.Teri Schultz reports on reaction in Brussels.
Changes proposed by a Berlin politician include new criteria on who poses a security threat. Before the attacks in Paris, Brussels and Berlin, those with petty criminal records weren't considered a security risk.