Belgian police investigating the deadly Brussels airport blasts have concluded their investigations on site, officials say.
A provisional inspection of the terminal found the main building was stable.
Meanwhile, a Belgian news agency has reported that prosecutors charged a second man in connection with a foiled attack in the Paris region.
However, prosecutors were not available for direct confirmation.
The Belga news agency quoted prosecutors as saying the man, named as Abderamane A, was charged with involvement in a terrorist group.
The previous arrest was linked to a raid in Argenteuil, near Paris, on Thursday.
Several people have been arrested on terrorism charges in Belgium, France, Germany and Italy since the attack in Brussels on 22 March, which left 31 people dead.
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