Yisrael Katz says Belgians cannot "continue to eat chocolate" and fight extremism.
It should come as no surprise that Sanders does not agree with how Donald Trump responded to Tuesday's attacks in Brussels.
The friendly was scheduled for the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels.
Extremists aim to divide, and we must not bow to them, writes Chatham House's Benoit Gomis.
"It's war," the cartoonist declares with the hashtag #Bruxelles.
Laachraoui, an accomplice of Paris attack suspect Salah Abdeslam, remains at large.
Giancarlo Abete says drastic measures may have to be taken to protect supporters.
Unemployment and alienation have left many bitter and ripe for recruitment, experts say.
Siblings Khalid and Ibrahim El-Bakraoui both had criminal records, but no known extremist connections.
The suspect reportedly was seen in the airport terminal wearing a light-colored jacket and a hat.
Experts say right-wing can make capital out of atrocities.
The old-line extremist networks have no connection to today's "jihadist cool" aficionados.
Brussels citizens follow Parisiens and offer their homes to people stuck after the attacks.
Other African leaders have also condemned the attacks, which killed at least 30 people.
The Belgian government has "failed" in stopping the jihadi threat, say experts.
Musicians, actors and more react to the senseless attacks in the Belgian capital.
Belgian federal prosecutor releases images of suspected bombers inside Zaventem airport.
Ukraine's security chief angered Moscow with suggestions of Russian responsibility.
Twin explosions in Brussels will test how the contenders would protect the U.S. as president.
England's football match against Germany in Berlin will go on as planned.
Social media users share sympathy and express defiance after attacks.