The deadly attacks in Brussels may be making matters worse for migrants aiming to reach Europe. Syrians stuck at the Greece-Macedonia border feel under pressure to prove that they are fleeing from terrorism, not bringing it with them.
Within four days, Brussels captured Europe's most wanted man and then suffered a massive terrorist attack. Under tough scrutiny, Belgium says it's doing its best. Kathleen Schuster reports from Brussels.
The Greek government appears to be at a loss as to how to handle more than 50,000 refugees stranded in the country following the EU-Turkey deal. Pavlos Zafiropoulos reports from Athens.
Afghanistan has been hit by a wave of deadly bombings, for which the revitalized Taliban have denied responsibility. Visiting Kabul, Guterres says the UN 'stands with Afghanistan at a time of violence and suffering.'
On the heels of terrorist attacks in Brussels, Ted Cruz has promoted boosting police presence in places where Muslims live. As two more state primaries got underway, his rival Trump blamed immigration for the violence.
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