: Belgian King, Juncker, Valls and EU commissioners remember Brussels victims
Society17:51 Mar. 23, 2016

Belgian King, Juncker, Valls and EU commissioners remember Brussels victims

Attacks in Belgium claimed the lives of more than 30 people

Belgian and E.U. leaders held a minute's silence on Wednesday, March 23, for the victims of deadly blasts which rocked Brussels on Tuesday, March 22.

The King and Queen of Belgium joined E.U. Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls and E.U. commissioners in the European Commission building to commemorate those killed.

Watch also 'Brussels attacks are the symbolic act against whole Europe' - expert

The death toll in the attacks on the Belgian capital, home to the European Union institutions and NATO, rose to at least 31 with more than 200 wounded. 


A Filipino activist lights candles among flowers offered for victims of Brussels attacks beside a condolence sign in suburban Quezon city, north of Manila, Philippines to condemn the latest attacks Wednesday, March 23, 2016 (AP Photo)

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