More than 30 people are believed to have been killed and dozens injured in attacks at Brussels international airport and a city metro station.
But the city of Brussels is showing that it is in times of darkness that humanity shines the brightest.
People are using chalk to write messages of positivity and solidarity on the streets of Brussels after Tuesday morning’s bombings.
#JeSuisBruxelles messages are flooding social media after the terror attack
The messages cover the ground near the Place de la Bours, home of Belgium’s stock exchange.
— Ancienne Belgique (@ABconcerts) March 22, 2016