LONDON — Brussels residents who live near metro stations and airports are opening their doors to people in need of shelter following the attacks that rocked Brussels on Tuesday morning.
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People are using the hashtags #PorteOuverte (open door), #ikwilhelpen (I want to help), #OpenHouse and #BrusselsWelcome to invite people who are stranded into their homes. People are also offering spare bedrooms to those who are affected by flight cancellations.
“I live near Brussels Plasky/Meiser, very close to the Diamant stop. I can welcome people who are stuck outside,” reads one tweet. Read more…
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