‘We deserve more recognition’—partner of Belgium terror victim speaks out

Many of us are shocked when we see a terrorist attack by Islamic Muslim extremists. The incidents normally get huge media coverage, everyone wrings their hands over the situation and then next week the whole thing is forgotten – except by the victims’ relatives whose lives are destroyed by such viscious murder of innocent civilians. Here is a story of one such person:

Briton Sarah Dixon-Sutcliffe, whose partner David was killed in Brussels metro attack, gives emotional interview to Euronews

Survivors, relatives, support groups and others have joined together in Brussels to remember victims of terror.

They observed a minute’s silence, ahead of Sunday’s European Day of Remembrance.

Among them was Briton Charlotte Dixon-Sutcliffe whose partner, David Dixon, was killed in the city’s Maelbeek metro attack in 2016. They had been living together in Brussels.

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