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Brussels bombing: Lives lost and those still missing

Updated: March 24, 2016

The coordinated terrorist attack in Brussels by the Islamic State — which deployed suicide bombers to both the main airport and a metro train — killed at least 31 people on Tuesday. Students, a young couple from Kentucky, siblings from New York and a Peruvian mother of twins are among the confirmed victims and those who remain missing (we will be updating these accounts):

And at least ___ others ...
We will update this page as more information becomes available.

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