The airport in Brussels, Belgium will reopen Sunday less than two weeks after a deadly terror attack ripped through the travel hub.
Over a dozen people were killed when two suicide bombers set off explosions inside the Zaventem airport on March 22.
Another 20 were killed in a nearby metro station located close to to European Union headquarters after a third suicide bomber set off an explosion.
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