Brussels Airport has determined there was no structural damage to the terminal building as a result of the March 22 terrorist bomb explosions, but there is still no clear idea of when operations may resume. The airport authorities said over the weekend that police had released the building to them on March 25 following investigations into the two bombs that killed 11 people and wounded dozens more. Initial surveys by a team of engineers, technicians and independent external specialists ...

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