Brussels schoolchildren were also caught up in the fear that gripped the Belgian capital after terrorists attacked the city's airport and a metro station. A primary school teacher grappled with how to explain what was happening.
Cities across Europe are reeling from deadly terrorist attacks. While they're relatively new in Europe, terror attacks have long been a reality in cities in Asia or Africa. How can cities be made safer?
Russian President Vladimir Putin has kicked off the new school year by teaching a lesson himself. Ahead of upcoming elections, it could be an attempt to show the Kremlin hasn't lost control of young people.
In the wake of terrorist attacks, one of the key questions is who will cover the damages. Demand for special insurance policies is on the rise. The risk potential, however, remains completely incalculable.
Many of the suspects in European terrorist attacks have come from marginalized communities in Belgium. In the face of radicalization, the city of Mechelen has successfully embraced integration. Adrian Breda reports.
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