Europe mourns for victims of terrorist attacks in Brussels
Some of the EU's most renowned architectural monuments were illuminated with colors of the national flag of Belgium
Eiffel Tower in Paris, Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Trevi Fountain in Rome and Palace of Justice in Lyon turned black-yellow-red – in memory of those who suffered in the attacks in the Belgian capital on March 22. Banners over offices of international organizations and governmental buildings were unfurled at half-mast.
As is known, security measures have been increased in many European countries due to the terrorist attacks in Brussels on March 22. The blasts in Zaventem airport and at Maelbeek underground station took lives of at least 31 people; about 200 were injured. On the same day, ISIS terrorist organization took the responsibility for the attacks.
Belgian police identified suicide bombers who set the charges in Zaventem airport. The police also claims to have arrested one of the accomplices in the crime. The investigation into the tragedy is underway.
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