A tale of two Brussels

Updated 6:55 AM ET, Sat March 26, 2016

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Brussels, Belgium (CNN)Every time Haroun Zamouri leaves his house, there's a chance he will be searched. It's getting to him, and when he's finished with university, he's gone.

Inga Skaara moved to Brussels recently from the West Bank because she was fed up with the violence. But it feels like the bloodshed followed her here.
Alicia Gabam was expecting this to happen, she just didn't know when. Now she is wondering if it will happen again.
It was Brussels' darkest hour -- three explosions heralding the arrival of pure, unbridled terror in the heart of Europe.