Jacqueline Galant, who resigned as Belgium's transport minister on Friday, says she is the victim of a crusade against her. Dirk Waem/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Dirk van der Maelen, a Social Democratic member of Belgium's Federal Parliament, defends the country's motto, seen here: "Unity makes strength." He think Belgium needs to remain unified, now more than ever. But there are also renewed calls for the country to split into two. Melissa Block/NPR hide caption

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Belgium Terrorist Attacks Prompt A Renewed Sectarian Debate

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Playwright Ismaël Saïdi speaks to a mostly-Muslim students at a school in the Brussels district of Laeken, where two suicide-bombers grew up. Teri Schultz/NPR hide caption

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In Tough Brussels District, School Urges Students To Fight Intolerance

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Policemen search passengers at the entrance of the De Brouckere metro station in Brussels on March 24, two days after the terrorist attack on the city. PHILIPPE HUGUEN/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Investigation Continues As Brussels Recovers From Terror Attacks

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This image provided by the Belgian Federal Police shows a man at Belgium's Zaventem airport whom officials have identified as Ibrahim el Bakraoui. A Belgian prosecutor named him as a suspected suicide bomber in Tuesday's attack on the airport. AP hide caption

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A man wears the Belgian flag as people observe a minute of silence Wednesday at the Place de la Bourse, in honor of the victims of Tuesday's terrorist attacks in Brussels. Christopher Furlong/Getty Images hide caption

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Brussels Attacks, One Day After: What We Know

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A Belgian Playwright Tackles Muslim Radicalization With Comedy

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A Belgian soldier patrols Brussels' Grand Place after police say they disrupted a plot to attack during New Year's Eve celebrations in Belgium. Francois Lenoir/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Paris Prosecutor Francois Molins delivers a press conference Tuesday about the Nov. 13 attacks that claimed 130 lives in the French capital. Loic Venance/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Forensics of the French police are at work outside a building in the northern Paris suburb of Saint-Denis, on Thursday, where French Police special forces raided an apartment the day before. Kenzo Tribouillard /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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