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    The blown out facade of the terminal is seen as a fire truck drives down the ramp at Zaventem airport, one of the sites of two deadly attacks in Brussels, Belgium, Tuesday, March 22, 2016

    Masks Off: Pictures of Brussels Terrorists Attack Suspects Unveiled

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    Belgian newspaper La Dernière Heure published a photo depicting the two suspected suicide bombers who allegedly struck Zaventem airport.

    The picture, which is in fact a still from one of the airport’s CCTV cameras, depicts two men pushing baggage trolleys in front of them. Each of the two suicide bomb suspects are wearing a single glove on their left hand in an apparent attempt to conceal their detonators.

    At least 34 people were killed and more than 200 were injured by a series of terrorist attacks at Brussels airport and a subway station adjacent to several European Union headquarters buildings.

    The perpetrators may have used the same type of explosives used by Daesh terrorists during attacks in Paris.

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