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    What you need to know to survive a mass shooting

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  • Airport Departure Hall Bombed in Brussels Reopens

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  • American hurt in Brussels bombing goes home

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  • 2 more men arrested, charged in Brussels attack probe

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  • Report: Brussels attackers initially planned to hit France

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  • Paris suspect among 'several' arrests in Belgium, prosecutors say

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  • Belgian Police Arrest Multiple Paris, Brussels Terror Suspects

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  • Watch: Police Pin Down, Arrest Terror Suspect in Brussels

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  • Brussels Airport Reopens After Deadly Suicide Terror Attacks

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  • Watch: France Files Terrorism Charges Against Parisian

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  • French President: ‘We Won’t Strip Terrorists’ Nationality’

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  • Belgian Justice Minister Defends Anti-Terror Record

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  • Belgian authorities: We had the wrong man in Brussels bombings

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  • Only Suspect Charged in Brussels Attacks Has Been Freed

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  • Aunt of Brussels Terror Victim: 'Totally Senseless' Death

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  • Jim Cain, father of fiancé of Brussels victim, speaks out on attacks

    03:18
  • Watch Security Video of Brussels Airport Bombing Suspect

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  • 2 more US citizens confirmed killed in Brussels attacks

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  • New video highlights ‘man in white,’ Brussels attack suspect still at large

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  • 'We'll Keep Living:' French PM on Terror, Euro 2016

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Donald Trump: ‘Waterboarding would be fine’ to interrogate Paris terror suspect

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Speaking to TODAY by telephone as reports of apparent terror attacks in Brussels continue to come in, Republican front-runner Donald Trump says that Brussels used to be “one of the safest cities in the world” but is now “catastrophic and dangerous.” He says that if he had been president when reports of the attack came in, he would have been “very tough on the borders” and would not have allowed people in the country without proper documentation. He says that people should “be able to do whatever they have to do” to obtain information from Salah Abdeslam, suspect in last year’s Paris terror attacks; “waterboarding, if it was up to me, would be fine,” he said, and “a lot more than waterboarding.” Trump says “I am in the camp where you have to get the information and you have to get it rapidly.”