Brussels residents remember victims of 'inconceivable' terror attacks a year after with silence and tributes

One such tribute, a sculpture titled "Wounded but Still Standing in Front of the Inconceivable," was built from two 66-foot-long horizontal surfaces that stretch into the air.
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Transcript for Brussels residents remember victims of 'inconceivable' terror attacks a year after with silence and tributes
With countless victims around the world. You shared this. Deep wounds. Close. Deadly madness. Let me put this to you. This one conviction. It is the responsibility. Of each and every one of us. To make I was society. More humane. And more justice. Let this. Learn to listen to each other again. To respect each other's. Weaknesses. And to teach them right and I both old. Let us do. To beat tender. On Tuesday both awareness. And big collection. A country. Owes you it is commitment.

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