Members of the civil protection walk outside the damaged front of Brussels Airport at Brussels Airport, in Zaventem, on March 23, 2016, a day after triple bomb attacks at the Brussels airport and at a subway train station killed 31 people and wounded more than 200. World leaders united in condemning the carnage in Brussels and vowed to combat terrorism, after Islamic State bombers attacked the symbolic heart of the EU.
YORICK JANSEN
 

L'enquête sur les attentats de Bruxelles cible Oussama Atar, un Belgo-Marocain de 32 ans, soupçonné d'avoir participé aux attaques qui ont fait 32 morts le 22 mars.

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