ALERT AROUND THE GLOBE AFTER BELGIAN ATTACKS
Extra armed police on the streets, sniffer dogs and increased security checks at airports were just some of the measures brought in as the world reacted to this morning's attacks in Belgium.
NEW YORK: Elite counter-terrorism reinforcements deployed to crowded areas and train stations.
WASHINGTON DC: Additional K9 sweeps and patrols carried out as a 'precaution'.
UK: Airports, including Heathrow, Gatwick, Glasgow and Manchester, are increasing security and Prime Minister David Cameron is convening the government's emergency COBRA committee. Eurostar trains between London and Brussels-Midi have been suspended.
FRANCE: Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve, said the country was reinforcing security at airports, train stations and on metro services, with an extra 1,600 additional police deployed.
RUSSIA: Authorities to 're-evaluate security' at airports, although Russia's measures are already among some of the toughest across Europe.
GERMANY: State rail system, Deutsche Bahn, halts high-speed service from Germany to Brussels with trains are now stopping at the border city of Aachen. Armed police on patrol in the country's airports.
NETHERLANDS: Extra security measures including armed police have been put in place at the country's airports and borders.
EGYPT: Top security officials have been asked to personally handle security checks inside airports and in outside areas like hotels and car parks.
AUSTRIA: Extra police on the streets and at airports in Vienna and other major Austrian cities.
SPAIN: The Interior Ministry said officials would meet later today to discuss the situation but that for the moment Spain was maintaining its Security Alert Level 4.
GREECE: Police added additional security at airports, metro stations and embassies with uniformed and plain-clothed officers.