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Stocks slide after Brussels attacks

World stocks fell and safe-haven gold and government bonds rose on Tuesday after attacks on the airport and a rush-hour metro train in Brussels that triggered security alerts across western Europe. Travel sector stocks including airlines and hotels fell the most, pulling the broader indices down from multi-week highs, although[…]

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Brussels: No South Africans killed at this stage

The South African Embassy in Brussels is monitoring developments in the city after an apparent terrorist attack at the Zaventem Airport and at a Maelbeek Metro Station. Department of International Relations and Cooperation spokesperson Nelson Kgwete said that at this stage, no South African citizens had been reported missing, dead,[…]

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