Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Belgian prosecutors have charged three men suspected of links to last week's attacks with terror offenses,... following the suicide attacks on the Brussels airport and metro that killed 31 people and injured 300. An investigating judge issued an arrest warrant for one of the three, Faycal C., and charged him with terrorist murder, attempted murder relating to terror plots and links to terror groups. Some reports have linked the man to a man pictured in CCTV footage moments before the airport attack, but the Belgian authorities have not verified that. Meanwhile, a march planned for Sunday against the attacks has been cancelled after the government urged people to avoid putting an additional strain on the over-taxed police force. The Brussels airport will remain closed until Tuesday for repair work and the installation of new security measures.