Five years after terrorist attacks, Belgium commemorates victims

Politicians across Europe on Monday paid tribute to the victims of the terrorist attacks in Brussels that claimed the lives of dozens of people and injured hundreds five years ago. Belgian Prime Minister Alexander de Croo, alongside members of the royal family, took part in a ceremony at Maelbeek metro station that included a minute of silence at 9:11 am – the moment when bombs exploded in the subway station on March 22, 2016. Two bombs went off at Brussels airport in Zaventem at the same time. European Council President Charles Michel, who served as Belgian prime minister at the time, express…

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