Brussels vigil held in Trafalgar Square

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Brussels vigil held in Trafalgar Square

Dozens gathered in Trafalgar Square for a vigil in memory of those killed in the Belgium terror attacks. 

A 25 metre Belgian flag was placed on the central steps in front of the National Gallery and the Square's fountains were lit up in the country's national colours.

Many who attended left candles, flowers and messages such as "tous ensemble" and "love is louder".

The vigil was organised by City Hall and the Belgian Embassy and was attended by Stephen Greenhalgh, the Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime and Guy Trouveroy, the Belgian Ambassador.

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