People attend a ceremony at Brussels Zaventem airport

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Individuals gathered at Zaventem airport to recollect the victims

Belgium is marking the primary anniversary of the suicide bomb assaults on the Brussels airport and underground system, which killed 32 folks.

Greater than 300 folks had been wounded within the assaults, which had been claimed by the Islamic State (IS) group.

King Philippe, who was joined by Queen Mathilde and Prime Minister Charles Michel, led a minute’s silence on the airport.

Commemorations are additionally going down on the Maelbeek underground station.

A memorial to the 22 March 2016 assaults is because of be formally unveiled within the Belgian capital’s European quarter.

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