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Brussels Bombers Use Old Tools With New Twist

  • Jeff Swicord

The attacks in Brussels that killed more than 30 people and wounded more than 250 were carried out with an explosive compound made from ingredients available at a typical pharmacy anywhere in the world. Directions for its manufacture can easily be found on the Internet. Islamic State militants and al-Qaida may have perfected its manufacture in the past decade, which has terrorism officials alarmed. With Amy Katz narrating, VOA's Jeff Swicord reports.