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Belgium commemorates victims at metro station two years after coordinated attacks

Belgium observed moments of silence on Thursday to remember the victims of the terror attacks at the Brussels airport and Maelbeek metro station two years ago. Sixteen people were killed at the station and another 16 at the airport, with hundreds more injured.

Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel, interior minister Jan Jambon, foreign affairs minister Didier Reynders and Brussels' mayor Philippe Close attended the ceremony at the metro station and stood for a minute of silence at 9:11 am, the exact time the bombing took place.

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