Brothers identified as Brussels attackers

Belgian authorities have identified two brothers as the suicide bombers who attacked the Brussels airport and subway on Tuesday, according to The Associated Press.

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A Belgian prosecutor said that Ibrahim and Khalid El Bakraoui were identified as two of the attackers. Another suicide bomber has not yet been named, and there is a suspect still at large.
 
Ibrahim El Bakraoui was one of the airport attackers, while Khalid was the lone bomber at Maelbeek subway station.
 
The attacks killed 34 people and wounded another 270.
 
The prosecutor also said that Ibrahim El Bakraoui left a will on a computer that was found in a trash can in the Brussels neighborhood of Schaerbeek. A note on the computer said that El Bakraoui was afraid to go to prison. 
 
The attacker who is still on the run is believed to have planted a bomb at the airport before fleeing. That bomb was discovered and detonated by police, CNN reported.
 
After a picture of the three suspected airport attackers was released, a taxi driver came forward and told authorities that he believes he drove the men to the airport. He said that they would not allow him to help unload their luggage when they arrived.
 
The driver led the authorities to the neighborhood where he picked up the suspects. The police later found a nail bomb, chemicals and an ISIS flag during a search of a house in the area.
 
Updated at 9:34 a.m.