Belgian prosecutors have charged two more men involved in last month's Brussels bombings Tuesday, of participating in the activities of a terrorist group, terrorist murder and attempted terrorist murder as perpetrators, co-perpetrators or accomplices.
The men, identified as 32 year-old Smail F and 27 year-old Ibrahim F, rented out an apartment in the Etterbeek neighborhood of the capital to the terrorists and at least one suspected accomplice.
Prosecutors have already filed charges against four people believed to have been involved in the attacks last month. A total of 32 people were killed and 270 wounded.
Several suspects in the group have already been definitively linked to the terror attacks in Paris in November which killed 130 people. The DNA of one of the Brussels bombers – Najim Laachraoui – was also found on bomb remnants from those attacks.
Prosecutors revealed Monday that the original target for the bombings was the 2016 Euro soccer cup, which will be held in ten cities throughout France later this year.