People in the Place de la Bourse, a traditional gathering place in the Belgian capital, write tributes to the victims of Tuesday’s terrorist attacks, which killed at least 31.
People in the Place de la Bourse, a traditional gathering place in the Belgian capital, write tributes to the victims of Tuesday’s terrorist attacks, which killed at least 31. Capucine Granier-Deferre Washington Post
People in the Place de la Bourse, a traditional gathering place in the Belgian capital, write tributes to the victims of Tuesday’s terrorist attacks, which killed at least 31. Capucine Granier-Deferre Washington Post

In a divided nation, Muslims say they’re more Belgian than ever

March 25, 2016 11:27 AM