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Friday March 25, Our World In Pictures

March 25, 2016 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
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BRUSSELS — Tributes Overflow: City workers collect some of the tributes to preserve them at one of the memorial sites at the Place de la Bourse on Friday, following the recent attacks in the capital. Amid signs that life in the city was returning to some sort of normality on the third day of mourning the dead, authorities lowered the country’s terror-threat level by one notch. However, they said the situation remained grave and another attack is “likely and possible.” The country had been on its highest alert since Tuesday’s bombings.

MARYLAND — Pres. Returns from Trips: President Barack Obama follows first lady Michelle Obama, daughters Malia and Sasha and the first lady’s mother Marian Robinson down the stairs during their arrival on Air Force One on Friday at Andrews Air Force Base.

SOUTH KOREA — Lanterns Mark Buddha’s Birthday: A worker attaches the name tag of a Buddhist who made a donation to a lantern for the upcoming celebration of Buddha’s birthday on May 14 at the Jogye temple in Seoul on Friday. Similar lanterns will be displayed in all Buddhist temples around the entire country for the public viewing.

HAVANA — Rolling Stones Play Historic Concert: Members of The Rolling Stones, from left, Charlie Watts, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ron Wood talk with the press after arriving to Jose Marti international airport on Thursday. The Stones are performing a free concert in the city on Friday, becoming the most famous act to play in the country since its 1959 revolution.

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