Brussels bombings claim casualties from over 40 countries

By REUTERS
March 25, 2016 20:33

 
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BRUSSELS - From Belgians to Americans, Britons, Germans and Indians, the suicide bombings in Brussels on Tuesday left casualties from more than 40 countries.

At least 31 people were killed and 316 wounded after two bombs exploded at Brussels Airport and one at Maelbeek metro station between the city center and the European Union headquarters.

Prime Minister Charles Michel said there were more than 40 nationalities among the casualties.

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