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What it says in the papers

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23rd March, 2016
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Irish Times leads with a dramatic image of two injured women following the blast at the heart of Europe yesterday.

- The black-gloved bomb suspects are also pictured wheeling trolleys through the concourse of Brussels airport shortly before the terror attack yesterday morning.

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