Briton who told his family he was safe among the Brussels dead

Dutch siblings phoning a relative just as the bombs went off: harrowing stories continue to emerge of the 31 killed in the Brussels attacks. Reflecting the cosmopolitan nature of Brussels, the symbolic capital of Europe, victims came from as far afield as Peru, China and the United States, as well as neighbouring France and the Netherlands. Briton David Dixon, 51, texted his aunt to reassure her he was safe after the airport blasts but happened to be on the metro system when a suicide bomber blew himself up, British media said.

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