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Brussels terror trial begins as suspects slam ‘unfair’ conditions

By DW
17 September 2022   |   2:22 pm
One of the 10 defendants accused of involvement in the 2016 suicide bombings in Brussels refused to take the stand on the first day of the trial. The attacks killed 32 people, wounding and traumatizing hundreds more.

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