The Brussels Attacks: Where to Watch Live, Breaking Coverage Online

The city of Brussels is on lockdown Tuesday following a series of suicide bombings at Brussels Airport in Zaventem and the Maalbeek Metro Station. More than two dozen people have been reported dead, while dozens are said to be injured.

As we all try to make sense of these latest acts of terror, here are some news outlets that are offering live streaming coverage.

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France 24: Paris-based news outlet that offers a livestream in English, French and Arabic

ABC News

CBS News

MSNBC News

Sky News Live: British-based news outlet (streaming above)

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CNN Go: Offers 10 minutes of free viewing

Fox News Go

NBC News

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6 Comments
  1. Nicolas says:

    Belgian french speaking public tv RTBF has a live stream at http://www.rtbf.be/livecenter/live_bruxelles-attaquee-suivez-notre-direct-de-la-une?id=54315

    and the Belgian flemish speaking public tv has a live stream at http://deredactie.be/cm/vrtnieuws/videozone/livestream/1.449312

    they should be accessible from outside Belgium.

    Thanks for the support.

  2. spdavid says:

    If you are an average American citizen you only need to watch about 15 minutes of coverage maybe 3 or 4 times during the day to find out everything you need to know.The rest is media overcoverage,exploitation and a more or less blatant attempt to hold you to their channel so you’ll be exposed to advertising.Networks have largely gone to non-stop coverage so they don’t have time for any other stories but they sure do have time for commercials.

  3. Aly says:

    Thank you for the support and aid. Currently sat at work, which is just down the road from the metro stop that was hit. Hoping my work colleagues are all fine.

    • Angela says:

      Echoing those hopes for your colleagues. Also hoping you’ll be okay as well. My thoughts are with all of you in Brussels.

    • Sarah says:

      Oh no I’m so sorry. I visited Brussels once-many years ago. It was such a lovely city, and I am so sorry this has been brought to your doorstep. Sending well wishes, prayers and love to all of you!

  4. jj says:

    it was horrible to hear about this on the news this morning, especially so soon after the arrest of abdeslam