Brussels, one year later
One year after the attacks, the city's physical scars may have healed, but the pain is apparent beneath the surface.
Ceremonies have taken place to mark one year after the suicide bomb attacks in Brussels that killed 32 people.
King Philippe and Queen Mathilde led somber ceremonies at Brussels airport and the Maelbeek metro station.
Belgian leaders, victims and families of those who died in the suicide bombs attended ceremonies.
A still image taken from a video shows staff members of Zaventem airport taking part in a ceremony, March 22, 2017.
Zaventem Airport: Before and after the attack
Top photo - March 23, 2016, forensic officers and firemen stand in front of the damaged terminal at Zaventem Airport in Brussels. Bottom photo - Feb. 22, 2017, passengers enter through a newly renovated exterior at Zaventem Airport in Brussels.
Still image taken from video on March 22, 2016, outside a metro station in Brussels, Belgium.
Emergency personnel are seen in this still image taken from video on March 22, 2016.
People gather around a memorial in Brussels following bomb attacks in Brussels, Belgium, March 22, 2016.
Police control the access to the central train station following bomb attacks in Brussels, Belgium, March 22, 2016.
Police stand guard at Midi train station following bomb attacks in Brussels, Belgium, March 22, 2016.
People gather around a memorial in Brussels, Belgium, March 22, 2016.
People gather around a memorial in Brussels after bomb attacks, March 22, 2016.