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BRUSSELS, Belgium - A Belgian Taekwondo champion who is the younger brother of suspected Brussels airport attacker Najim Laachraoui, on Thursday "firmly" condemned his sibling's involvement in the deadly attacks.Mourad Laachraoui said he had been levelled upon learning his brother was believed to be one of the suicide bombers who had killed 31 people and wounded some 300 in the Belgian capital. I didn't want to believe it was him, but you can't choose your family," he told a press conference."He was a nice boy, and especially intelligent," the younger brother added."He played a bit of football, he read." Najim Laachraoui has been identified by police sources as the second suicide bomber at Brussels airport on Tuesday, and was the suspected bomb-maker for the November carnage in Paris in which 130 people died.
In July he won a silver medal in the Universiades, an international university-level competition that took place in South Korea.
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He said: 'Jade doesn't have plans to start raising a family yet because she's still young – she doesn't even have a boyfriend at present – but she, like all of us, is worried about what effect contracting the Zika virus this summer could have in the future when she might want to start a family.
Belgian Taekwondo athlete Mourad Laachraoui, younger brother of Brussels attacks suspect Najim Laachraoui, gives a press conference on March 24, 2016, at the headquarters of the Francophone Belgian Taekwondo Association in Ukkel/ Uccle, Brussels, two days after a triple bomb attack, claimed by the Islamic State group, hit Brussels' airport and the Maelbeek - Maalbeek metro station, killing 31 people and wounding 270 others.
"Mourad Laachraoui firmly condemns the actions of his older brother and the attacks in which he was involved in France and in Belgium," according to a statement he released earlier on Thursday.
He represented Belgium at the last world championships, which were held in May 2015 in Russia.