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“Attacks strike at the very heart of the European people": Martin

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

22nd March, 2016
The death toll is rising in Brussels after a suicide attack on the city's main airport and its metro stations Pic courtesy of RTE

Acting Taoiseach Enda Kenny has expressed his deep sympathy to the victims of the Brussels bomb attacks.

"These acts were utterly indiscriminate and I condemn them in the strongest possible terms, as I also condemn the attacks in Mali last night," he said.

" Those who seek to use death and violence in this way must be confronted and will be defeated. Reports are still coming in from Brussels and our Embassy there is seeking...

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