Police armed with automatic weapons guarded schools as they reopened in the Belgian capital Wednesday for the first time since emergency measures were imposed in the wake of the Paris attacks.
Belgian and French authorities, meanwhile, continued a hunt for at least two suspects believed directly linked to the Nov. 13 killings.
Brussels' subway system also began reopening after a four-day shutdown, with about half of stations operational.
Despite the easing of restrictions, the city remained under the highest threat alert level due to what authorities have described as a serious and imminent threat of attack. Emergency measures imposed...