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Terror in Europe

Terror In Brussels, 21 World Front Pages

Terror In Brussels, 21 World Front Pages

Most of the world's front pages Wednesday are dedicated to the terrorist attacks in Brussels, the day after a series of explosions attacks killed at least 34 and wounded hundreds.


"The day everyone feared" — De Standaard

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"Right in our heart" — De Tijd

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"Our darkest day" — Het Belang Van Limburg

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"Hold strong" — Le Soir

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De Morgen


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"Europe under attack" — Les Echos

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"Terror over the city" — La Dépêche du Midi

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"War in Europe" — Le Parisien


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Kleine Zeitung


"Attack in the heart of the EU" — Basler Zeitung


"Terror in Brussels" — Publico


Il Tempo

"Europe under attack" — Corriere della Sera

"The Brussels kamikazes left free to kill" — Il Fatto Quotidiano


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""EURISIS" capital bleeds" — Al-Akhbar


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"ISIS terror strikes again: 34 dead in Brussels" — Clarin


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"New blow to Europe" — El Comercio


"Terror in the heart of the EU" — Türkiye


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The Seattle Times

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The Boston Globe

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