Twitter's Reaction: Brussels terror attacks

Posted at 4:47 AM, Mar 22, 2016

A pair of suspected terror attacks killed dozens of people in Brussels on Tuesday morning.

Explosions rocked the city's airport and subway system, killing at least 26 people and injuring at least 55 more, according to the Associated Press. Belgian media initially reported at least 13 dead in two explosions at the airport, but later decreased that to 11, according to AP. Another 15 people died in an explosion on a train, AP reported. 

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