>> Belgian police still searching for a motive for Tuesday's attack at the Brussels' central railway station, but they now say they've identified the would-be suicide bomber. The interior minister telling local media on Wednesday they won't yet be releasing the attacker's name. Police shot dead the man after he set off explosives which didn't injure anyone but sent commuters running for cover.
>> When I walked down to the platform, there was a man screaming, screaming and screaming. He's talking about jihads and things like that, at some point, he screamed Allah akbur and detonated the small suitcase he was holding next to him.>> He's also believed to have had a nail bomb which failed to detonate completely.
The Belgian prosecutor labeling it a terrorist attack. The city has been on high alert for more than 18 months since separate Brussels-based Islamic State militants carried out attacks in Paris that killed 130 people in November, 2015 and later bombed Brussels' airport and the city's metro.