G4S says all clients paid for losses from Brussels airport robbery

G4S International Logistics has paid its clients who incurred losses as a result of the Brussels Airport robbery on February 18. The security firm said it paid in full within four days of the theft.

It is believed US$50 million of diamonds were stolen by eight armed men who drove through the airport fence in two vehicles and stole parcels of diamonds that were about to be loaded onto a flight to Zurich.

Security firm Brink's, whose vehicles delivered the diamonds to the plane, reported that it paid all losses suffered by its customers within 48 hours.