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Deadly explosions in Brussels: Fatalities have been reported in the blasts at the city’s airport and metro stations. The BBC, citing local media, reported at least 13 people were killed. Other reports said at least one person had been killed. Brussels has been the focus of recent anti-terrorist operations in connection with last November’s Paris attacks. This is a developing story and the details are preliminary and likely to change. I’ll update it as more is known. Update: More here

Double fault, cont’d: Raymond Moore, the CEO Indian Wells Tennis Garden, has resigned amid the backlash following his comments about the Women’s Tennis Association and “lady” players. In a statement, Larry Ellison, who owns the tournament, said: “Ray let me know that he has decided to step down from his roles as CEO and Tournament Director effective immediately. I fully understand his decision.”

Obama’s Cuba trip, cont’d: The president will address the Cuban people and this evening will attend a baseball game between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Cuban national team. He then flies to Argentina.

News from last night here

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