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Refugees in Brussels Cope With Anti-immigrant Sentiment

Alongside a neighborhood best known for being home to some of the Brussels and Paris bombers, is an old barracks-turned-refugee-camp with handmade signs pasted over a poster on the red brick wall. They say things like “No no terrorism” and “We flee war and we find terror.” In trying to make sense of last week's Brussels attack that killed 35 people and wounded more than 300 others, some analysts say the isolation of Muslims in neighborhoods like Molenbeek played a role in...

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