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    According to European Commission Vice-President, commission urges its staff to stay home or remain indoors amid Tuesday's attacks in Brussels.

    BRUSSELS (Sputnik) The European Commission urges its staff to stay home or remain indoors amid Tuesday's attacks in Brussels, the commission's Vice-President Kristalina Georgieva said.

    "Following situation in Brussels. EU institutions working together to ensure security of staff&premises. Please stay home or inside buildings," Georgieva wrote on Twitter.

    In addition to a deadly attack at the Brussels airport earlier in the day, explosions were reported at the Maalbeek and Schuman metro stations in the city center. The stations service numerous EU offices.

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