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VOA: Brussels Rocked by Airport, Metro Explosions

At least three explosions rocked Brussels Tuesday morning – two at the airport and one at a metro station in the heart of the capital, with local media reporting at least 13 dead and 35 others injured in the airport blasts.

Footage showed people fleeing the Zaventem airport, as a double explosion at about 8 am local time shattered the massive windows, leaving glass and tile scattered on the airport floor and smoke curling into the chilly morning air. Local media reported a third unexploded bomb had also been discovered.

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