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Two people, Belgian flags hanging over their shoulders, at the impromptu shrine to victims of the 22 March terrorist attacks that has grown up in front of the Bourse (the Stock Exchange) building. On 22 March 2016 two terrorist suicide attacks - at Brussels' Zaventem airport and at the Maalbeek Metro station - killed 35 people and wounded scores of others. The suspects, three of whom are thought to have died in the attacks, were Belgian citizens of North African extraction.