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John Kerry: 'We will not rest until we have eliminated nihilistic beliefs and cowardice'

Publish Time 2016-03-26 12:20:00


The US Secretary of State has expressed his condolences to Belgium as he visits Brussels days after the attacks, which left 31 dead and injured 270 more. 

The US Secretary of State, John Kerry, is in Brussels to express his condolences to the country and for counter-terrorism talks. The two countries hope to work together along with others across Europe. 

Mr Kerry said: "On behalf of President Obama and America, I offer my deepest condolences to all those individuals who suffered inconceivable loss in the last few days." Two Americans have been confirmed dead in the attacks. 




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