Early on Tuesday morning, several explosions rocked the city when suicide bombers targeted the Brussels airport and a main-line subway station in the heart of Belgium's capitol.
According to CNN's latest report, at least 30 people are confirmed dead and over 200 more while the investigation is still ongoing. The attacks are presumed to be related to November's massacre in the streets of Paris and the same terrorist network. Recently, the Belgian government captured a man wanted in connection with the Paris attacks and had been fearing that they were going to be targeted as a result.
Now, country music artists have come forth pledging their support for the people of Belgium and many of them expressing how the continued bloodshed of innocent people has broken their hearts.
My heart is heavy for #Brussels. Praying for comfort to everyone affected.— Canaan Smith (@canaansmith) March 22, 2016
My heart, thoughts and prayers are with you Brussels. So tragic.— Hunter Hayes (@HunterHayes) March 22, 2016
My heart goes out to all the victims and their families. Stay strong #Brussels— Jerrod Niemann (@jrodfromoz) March 22, 2016
We've had some wonderful times in Brussels, and we will have many more. Our hearts go out to everyone suffering there today.— Jason Isbell (@JasonIsbell) March 22, 2016
As the news of the terror attacks spreads throughout the world, the people of Belgium take to the streets with chalk spreading messages of hope, love, and praying for a better future filled with peace.
The whole country music community is shaken by these awful attacks on innocent civilians and we are keeping the people of Paris and Brussels in our thoughts and prayers during this tremendously difficult time.
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