Terrorists planted bombs in Brussels, Belgium, on March 22. Two explosions occurred in the Brussels airport. Another went of in the subway system. The terrorist group ISIS claimed responsibility for the attacks. The airport was shut down temporarily, but subway service resumed hours later. In total, 32 people died as a result of the attacks. Three suspects have been identified. The explosions happened just after a major arrest in the hunt for suspects of the terrorist attacks in Paris. It is believed the attacks may be connected to those in Paris, France, in November.