Members of Muslim organisations gather at the Dam in Amsterdam, on March 25, 2016, to show their support and pay tribute to the victims of Brussels terror attacks which killed 31 people and wounded 300.
Their choice of low-cost explosives-among ingredients are drain cleaner and nail varnish remover-apparent knowledge of chemistry and ability to set up in an apartment 15 minutes drive from the airport should offer clues about IS bombmaking methods to investigators struggling to understand how the Syria-based group built a violent network of radicalized young Belgians. However, unlike the smuggled firearms also used in the Paris attacks that killed 130 people, TATP offers no easy trail for European intelligence agents to track because purchasing the ingredients is easily done at any local hardware store or pharmacy and rarely attracts attention.
Ehud Keinan, an Israeli scientist who has spent 35 years studying TATP, said that as little as 4 kg could produce the kind of devastation seen in Brussels.
Still, one of the three Brussels suspects, Najim Laachraoui, a 25-year-old Belgian who blew himself up in the airport attack and is suspected of making suicide vests for Paris, had studied engineering at university and excelled in lab work.
The emergence of Kalashnikov assault rifles as a weapon of choice for Islamic State in Europe in the past two years, notably in Paris, has led to EU efforts to crack down on weapons traffickers.
However, in France, the explosive precursor hydrogen peroxide is sold legally as a way to clean private swimming pool water and no one is considering banning nail varnish remover.
Salcombea€™s first development of new properties right on the watera€™s edge for almost twenty years. In a building undergoing renovation, there were no near neighbors to notice them taking in large quantities of strong-smelling household chemicals, as well as a suitcase of nails, to concoct an unstable white explosive powder known as TATP, or triacetone triperoxide, that they later used in their attacks. The ready availability of ingredients, compared to military explosives favored by older militant groups like the IRA in Northern Ireland or Basque separatists ETA in Spain, highlights the risks across Europe of more big attacks.

Making a TATP bomb, although a more lengthy process than the fertilizer-based explosives used by other European militants, is cheap and simple and recipes and videos by chemistry buffs abound on the Internet. Nails and bolts can be added to increase the bomb’s impact and afterwards stuffed into bags and taped into suicide belts. Islamic State is also making TATP on an industrial scale in Syria and Iraq, according to a report last month by EU-funded Conflict Armament Research. Having moved in two months ago, the Belgian brothers Khalid and Brahim El Bakraoui used the apartment in the largely middle class borough of Schaerbeek as a laboratory-cum-hideout, from where Brahim and two other men took a taxi on Tuesday morning to the airport to commit their attacks.
Militants have used fake identities and premises listed with municipal authorities as unoccupied to evade residency checks.
It was discovered by a 19th century German chemist and is very powerful, even in small quantities. The European Union in 2014 passed new legislation for all the bloc’s 28 countries to restrict the marketing and use of chemicals that could be used to make explosives, and in some cases requires identity checks on those purchasing them.
Brussels police failed to find the Schaerbeek flat in time, but were there shortly after the attacks, aided by the taxi driver who unwittingly took the three men to the airport. Used in the 2005 London bombings and the Nov 13 Paris attacks, and found in a series of foiled bomb attempts in Europe since 2007, TATP appears to be Islamic State’s explosive of choice. Within two weeks of the July 2005 London attacks, the British chemical industry and British hardware stores stepped up their reporting of suspicious or large purchases of chemicals.

Prosecutors uncovered 15 kg (33 lb) of TATP, as well as 180 litres of the chemicals needed to make bombs. I had other opportunities but I decided to make this choice as I like challenges,” he said at a press conference today.“We have a challenge in four months and I am here to bring my international experience for the Nepali football,” said Aussems, referring to the SAFF Championship slated for December in India. So we hired the coach for the upcoming SAFF Championship and SA Games tournaments,” he added.Aussems said he would take the help of local coaches for 3-4 four weeks to know the players’ insight before going his own way. Regarding the inability of scoring, Aussems said: “A football team is everything, it’s an organisation. I can promise you that we will have opportunities to score, after that it’s not me who will put the ball inside.”Asked about the first priority, Aussems said he wanted to prepare the team and players who could win matches. I will work with junior players also as they are in U-19 final and there are lots of talent in the team,” said Aussems, who has the experience of coaching in France, Africa, China and Congo.“Whenever a new coach comes in, he comes with a philosophy.
I am here to bring my international experience and I hope that I could help young Nepali players to become better and better,” he said.

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