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  Posted on: Thursday, April 7, 2016
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PROSECUTORS SEEK INFO ON BRUSSELS AIRPORT SUSPECT IN HAT
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BRUSSELS (AP) -- Belgian prosecutors launched a public appeal Thursday seeking any information on "the man in a hat" seen before the Brussels Airport suicide bombings that killed 16 people.

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