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Brussels attacks, cont’d: RTBF, the Belgian state broadcaster, is reporting that a second man accompanied the suicide bomber on the city’s subway system. Two of the bombers have been definitively identified as Ibrahim el-Bakraoui, 30, who was one of the men responsible for the attack at Zaventem airport, and his brother Khalid el-Bakraoui, 27, who carried out the attack on the subway train at Maelbeek station. Belgian media reports, though not officials, have identified a second airport suicide bomber as Najim Laachraoui. A third airport bomber is still on the run.

The MH370 mystery: The debris recovered this month off the coast of Mozambique is almost certainly from the missing Malaysia Airlines plane, Australia, which is examining the fragment, said.

The flight went missing two years ago en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board.

Meet the new flag: New Zealand spent about $17 million over 16 months to design a new flag. In the end New Zealanders voted to pick:

Yes, it’s sticking with the same one.

March Madness continues: The remaining 16 teams will take the court starting today. Live coverage starts at 7 p.m. on CBS when Miami takes on Villanova.

News from last night here

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