Brussels Airport will now be closed through Sunday at least, in the wake of the terrorist attack there on March 22. The airport said March 25 that it was still uncertain when forensic investigators would finish their work in the terminal and the airport authorities would regain access to the building. Even after they do so, a survey will have to be conducted on any structural damage as a result of the two bomb blasts that killed 11 people and wounded more than 50. The authorities will ...

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