Brussels attacks latest: Three men charged, solidarity march cancelled over security concerns and Belgium told Barack Obama "has their back"

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Three men were charged today following the Brussels attacks (Source: Getty)

Three men were charged with terrorist offences by Belgian prosecutors today following the Brussels attacks that killed more than 30 people.

It was also announced today that Brussels Airport is not expected to be reopened for passengers before Tuesday.

And it was reported this afternoon that a solidarity march through Belgium's capital planned for Sunday has been cancelled due to police security concerns.

Read more: Brussels Airport not expected to reopen until Tuesday

Elsewhere, United States president Barack Obama today told Belgium his country “has their back”.

He said: “Belgium is a close friend and ally of the United States.

"And when it comes to our friends, America has their back. Especially as we fight the scourge of terrorism.”

Yesterday, arrests were reported in Belgium, Germany and France. And it was confirmed that a Briton, David Dixon, 53 - who was from Nottingham but lived in Brussels – was among those killed in the attack.