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(Bloomberg) — Belgium was on the highest terror-alert level after three bombings in Brussels on Tuesday killed at least 34, injured more than 180 and raised fears of a string of follow-up attacks.

Prime Minister Charles Michel, condemning the deadliest terror attack on Belgian soil ever as “a violent and cowardly” assault, deployed Belgium’s military to secure the capital after two explosions at the airport and a bombing at a subway station a short walk from the European Union’s headquarters.

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