Chalk Drawings of Hope, Solidarity Fill Brussels Square

abc News reports,Belgians and tourists gathered in the plaza outside the Bourse –- the Belgian stock exchange –- to pay tribute to the killed and dozens more injured at the Brussels airport and metro station.


At least 30 people have been killed by two bombs that exploded in the check-in area of the Brussels airport and one bomb that exploded in a transit station in the city center.


ISIS has claimed responsibility for the bombings.Authorities have sought the public's assistance in identifying a man in a surveillance photo taken just before the explosions at the airport. The other two men in the photo may have set off the airport explosions in suicide attacks.