Respects paid at Belgian embassy
The mood was still one of shock and sadness outside the Belgian embassy in Stockholm on Thursday, as a steady flow of people stopped to lay flowers and messages of support at the doors of the embassy.
"I've been a tourist in Brussels a couple of times and it hurts a little bit more to see something like that in a city that you've been to," one mourner says.
"We felt very disturbed by what happened, so we felt we wanted to leave some flowers here," explains another.
The embassy has made a book of remembrance available inside the building for members of the public to sign.
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