1 year on, many scars have healed, yet Brussels still hurts - New Jersey Herald

Belgium's King Philippe, center right, and Queen Mathilde, center left, arrive for a one-year anniversary service at Zaventem Airport in Brussels on Wednesday, March 22, 2017. The suicide bombings at the Brussels airport and subway on March 22, 2016, ...

Belgian king, queen, leaders mark attacks anniversary - New Jersey Herald

Soldiers patrol as passengers walk through the departure terminal during the one-year anniversary service at Zaventem Airport in Brussels on Wednesday, March 22, 2017. The suicide bombings at the Brussels airport and subway on March 22, 2016, killed ...

Belgium remembers - SFGate

Belgium has been marking the first anniversary of the Brussels airport and metro attacks. A ceremony was held on Wednesday at Maelbeek metro station in memory of the 16 people killed there. Another ceremony was held at Brussels Zaventem airport, ...

Belgium expresses condolences after terror attack in London - Kuwait News Agency

BRUSSELS, March 22 (KUNA) -- Belgian Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders expressed his shock after the terrorist attack in London Wednesday which 3 people were reported killed. Reynders in a statement said his thoughts are with the victims and ...

Today is the 1-year anniversary of the Brussels attack that killed 32, including four Americans - Washington Examiner

Wednesday's apparent terror attack in London occurred on the one-year anniversary of the 2016 Brussels bombings. The suicide bombings at Brussels Airport in Zaventem and Maalbeek metro station left 32 people dead and more than 300 people injured on ...

Brussels residents remember victims of 'inconceivable' terror attacks a year later with silence and tributes - ABC News

A year after three Islamic State suicide bombers attacked the Brussels Airport and a metro station, the city today observed a moment of silence to remember the victims, in addition to unveiling powerful tributes. One such tribute, a sculpture titled ...