From ABC News
BRUSSELS — A lone assailant wielding a knife injured three people in Brussels on Monday during a rush-hour rampage through a subway car before being detained by police in the station under the European Union’s headquarters, officials said.
The Brussels prosecutor’s spokesperson, Martin Francois, said one of the three injured people was taken to hospital and remained in a “life-threatening” condition. The two others were treated for lesser injuries.
Francois told the Associated Press that at first sight “there were no indications of terrorism.
This was contradicted by other witness reports that claimed the suspect shouted ‘Allahu Akbar’ before committing the attacks, according to EuroNews quoting this journalist.