Americans in Brussels talk life post-Paris
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How Americans in Brussels feel about risk of terrorism

Americans in Brussels tell the BBC they did not expect to encounter this type of heightened security and fear of terrorism when they moved to Belgium.

Following the Paris attacks, women from the American Women's Club of Brussels are struggling to explain the situation to those back home in the US and also to explain what is going on to their children.

The BBC's James Reynolds speaks to them about what it has been like living day-to-day in heavily-guarded Brussels.

  • 24 Nov 2015
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