Brussels entered a work week and was grappling with a third day of unprecedented security measures that have closed subways, shopping districts and now schools. The Belgian government kept the capital on the highest state of alert in the face of what it described as a “serious and imminent”.
The hit state of alert is set to remain in place until next Monday. Meanwhile, in Paris, British Prime Minister Cameron said he will ask for parliamentary approval for the U.K. to join airstrikes against Islamic State extremists in Syria.
ABC’s Tom Rivers joined us from London to discuss.