A bomb has exploded in Brussels.
The blast rocked the city’s Institute of Criminology after a car rammed through three fences at about 2.30am local time last night.
State broadcaster RTBF said no-one was injured but there was significant damage at the site. Police have sealed off the area.
The institute assists and advises Belgium’s justice authorities in carrying out their inquiries.
It is located in the north of the city in the Neder-Over-Hembeek suburb.
Scientific analysis related to criminal investigations in carried out there.