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Francoise Posschelle was among those in Belgium’s small but tight-knit Miami community who gathered Saturday, March 26, 2016, at Bayfront Park to denounce terror and honor those killed during Tuesday’s terror attacks. Charles Rabin crabin@@miamiherald.com
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